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Senior regional legal officials meet in Barbados

Caribbean News Now
by Global News Staff

Barbados — Senior Caribbean Community (CARICOM) government lawyers are now in Barbados attending the eighth meeting of Senior Officials of the Legal Affairs Committee SOLAC).

Among the matters they are discussing the model consumer protection bill, CARICOM travel card (CARIPASS) regulations, CARCOM financial services agreement, CARICOM investment code, agreement on the enforcement of judgments, and status of model legislation.

They are also looking at the revised agreement establishing the Caribbean Agricultural Health and Food Safety Agency (CAHFSA), CARICOM arrest warrant treaty, and CARICOM maritime and airspace co-operation.

Their discussions and recommendations will be submitted to attorneys general in all CARICOM states who will meet at Christ Church, Barbados, on Wednesday and Thursday.

The attorneys general will also discuss remuneration and pension benefits for judges of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).

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Caribbean News Now
by Global News Staff

Barbados — Senior Caribbean Community (CARICOM) government lawyers are now in Barbados attending the eighth meeting of Senior Officials of the Legal Affairs Committee SOLAC).

Among the matters they are discussing the model consumer protection bill, CARICOM travel card (CARIPASS) regulations, CARCOM financial services agreement, CARICOM investment code, agreement on the enforcement of judgments, and status of model legislation.

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They are also looking at the revised agreement establishing the Caribbean Agricultural Health and Food Safety Agency (CAHFSA), CARICOM arrest warrant treaty, and CARICOM maritime and airspace co-operation.

Their discussions and recommendations will be submitted to attorneys general in all CARICOM states who will meet at Christ Church, Barbados, on Wednesday and Thursday.

The attorneys general will also discuss remuneration and pension benefits for judges of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).