Friday, 19 January 2018 18:46

FFOS: Government Cannot Defy Our Law

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Outrage on Friday from Fishermen and Friends of the Sea over the continued bulldozing of the Aripo Savannas by the Ministry of Works after an injunction was served on them.

The legal writ ordered the halting of the clearing of flora and fauna for the highway to Toco and Manzanilla.

Secretary General of the conservation group, Gary Aboud, said a court order should be obeyed.

He further argued that no one is above the law.

Mr. Aboud said the footage his group took on Friday will show the flouting of the law by the Ministry of Works, and he hopes the court will approach the matter with the level of seriousness that it deserves.

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