Public Security Ministry pleased with “incident free”

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first_imgFollowing the successful hosting of two state events – the National Flag Raising Ceremony and the Jubilee Float Parade – organised as part of the 50th Independence anniversary celebrations, the Ministry of Public Security said it is pleased that the events were “generally” incident free.In a statement on Friday, the ministry commended the general public and the Guyana Police Force for their display of good citizenship. It was observed that the Police Force, supported by the Guyana Fire Service and the Health Services, coordinated efforts to ensure the general safety and security of the public.According to the ministry, while citizens were in celebratory mode, “our officers were working beyond the call of duty to deliver first-class operational and security support to the major events over the last two days.These efforts included crowd control, traffic management, protection against possible terror threats and general public safety.”“The Ministry wishes to offer special commendation to the traffic ranks who executed a well put together plan to minimize inconveniences to the traveling public. It is heartening to note that we were able to celebrate our Golden Jubilee almost without incident,” the statement detailed.In addition, the ministry said citizens of Guyana and visitors who attended these mega events conducted themselves in a manner that is praiseworthy. Nevertheless, as there are a few more events remaining on the official Jubilee Calendar of events, the ministry calls upon the general public to continue to demonstrate good citizenship and the security forces to continue to demonstrate resolve and dedication.On another note, the Public Security Ministry extended condolences to the relatives of the late Roxanne Mitchell, who died as a result of a vehicular accident while returning home from the flag raising ceremony. “This loss of life is regretted.The Ministry takes this opportunity to call upon the traveling public to obey the rules of the road and take care and caution when traversing our roadways,” the statement read.last_img read more


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first_img State Rep. Shane Hernandez has introduced legislation to clarify Michigan law and protect local charities from unnecessary harassment.Hernandez, R-Port Huron, sponsored a bill to allow charitable organizations to continue longstanding practices of collecting money in public roadways under strict guidelines.“What we’re attempting to do is simply remove laws from the books which are often ignored anyway,” Hernandez said.  “I want to thank Senator Phil Pavlov for helping bring this issue to my attention.  His request for an Attorney General opinion really helped us pinpoint the problem which we are trying to fix.”Under the legislation, anyone wishing to solicit funds on or near Michigan roads would have to be doing so for a charitable or civic organization.  They could do so only during daylight hours, and must maintain at least $500,000 of personal liability insurance in order to protect local municipalities from potential lawsuits.“In the communities I represent, local fire departments, police departments, and charitable organizations really depend on fundraising drives to help pay for important programs for the community,” Hernandez said. “As a lawmaker, I believe in eliminating unnecessary and often unenforced regulations whenever possible.”### 02Feb Rep. Hernandez introduces legislation to reduce unnecessary restrictions on charities Categories: Hernandez News,Newslast_img read more


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first_imgSpanish pay TV operator Prisa is reportedly considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US.According to a Wall Street Journal report, which cites people familiar with the situation, the move would come as Prisa seeks to refinance some US$3 billion (€2.3 billion) of debt.The report said that while Chapter 11 is being discussed, no final decision had been made and Prisa could also restructure in Spain. The firm trades on the Madrid and New York stock exchanges.One way that Prisa could reduce its debt is to split off underperforming assets, the reported added, with its pay TV company Digital+ already reportedly up for sale.The news comes less than a month after Prisa CEO Juan Luis Cebrian said that the firm was “in the final stages” of refinancing its debt, with 70% of lenders on board with the plan.Speaking at the firm’s annual general meeting – in his first address to Prisa’s shareholders since his appointment as CEO last July – Cebrian said that the refinancing plan would ensure the viability of Prisa without damaging its growth, or waiting for economic recovery.last_img read more