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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 19:11

AG: Gov't Hands Are Tied Without Proper Laws To Deal With Gangs

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Attorney General, Faris Al Rawi, says law enforcement officials and government are aware of who the criminals are but cannot act without the proper legislation.

This as he made a case for the opposition United National Congress to support the Anti-Gang Bill which is being debated in the House of Representatives.

The Attorney General said this law will allow for the interruption of criminal activity by going for an offence of gang membership, gang relationship or gang support instead of just going to pick up firearms and narcotics alone. 

Rishi Harrynanan has more.

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