[Jamaica Gleaner] - JUSTICE MINISTER, Senator Mark Golding, on Friday served notice of a busy legislative year for the Upper House, suggesting that senators may be asked to sit more than once per week in an effort to clear the backlog of legislation to be passed.
[Go Jamaica] - Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding today served notice of a busy legislative year for the Upper House, suggesting that senators may be asked to sit more than once per week in an effort to clear a backlog of legislation to be passed.
[Go Jamaica] - In the Senate on Friday, Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding said the legislative performance of Parliament has been inadequate in recent times. He noted that in the fiscal year only nine Bills were passed by the Senate.
[Jamaica Gleaner] - Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding has outlined a number of measures to improve the justice system in Jamaica.- Photo by Christopher Thomas In response to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP's) Citizen Security Survey results on the
[Jamaica Observer] - Noted defence attorney Mark Golding said that yesterday's postponement will give Coke's defence team an opportunity to rebut, point by point, the matters raised in the recommendation by prosecutors. He said that there is no winner nor loser in delaying
[Jamaicans.com] - Mark Golding, Jamaica's Minister of Justice, believes Jamaicans must adopt a "culture of tolerance and healing" during its 50th year of Independence. One of the goals of the Restorative Justice Program is to help those citizens who have become
[Stabroek News] - By Stabroek staff | 0 Comments | Regional News | Sunday, February 5, (Jamaica Observer) Justice Minister Mark Golding says plans are under way to launch a revised Victims' Charter. According to Golding, Cabinet submissions are being finalised to