In four months single mother Stacy Valasquez and her son should be moving into their new home in Marabella.
The assurance came from San Fernando West MP and Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi in a letter to Concerns Muslims of T&T, the group which has been assisting the mother and son for the past six months.
Immediately after Valasquez predicament that she and her son were living in the pavilion of the Marabella Basketball Court was highlighted in this newspaper, the group came to their assistance.
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi says comments he made with regard to terrorism and, in particular, an ISIS cell in Trinidad and Tobago, were misunderstood.
In a statement issued on Monday, the AG says the Government remains committed to the fight against terrorism.
The AG's office issued the following statement on Monday:
The head of this country’s Defence Force and his immediate predecessor are now in a war of words over Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi’s children use of the shooting range at Camp Cumuto, where they were eventually photographed holding what appeared to be high-powered weapons.
Former chief of defence staff Kenrick Maharaj yesterday denied having anything to do with the situation, despite a letter from current Chief of Defence Staff Brigadier General Rodney Smart saying he (Maharaj) “acting on his own volition” authorised the visit.
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi has said that he is pleased that an early date has been set for the appeal in the matter involving the filing of forms for the implementationn of Property Tax.
The AG issued a statement on the matter on Monday.
"The Court of Appeal consisting of Jamadar JA, Smith JA and Jones JA this morning gave directions for the hearing of the Appeal against the order made on Friday evening by Seepersad J at the San Fernando High Court.
The government will take the controversial Cybercrime Bill to Parliament on Friday and will seek to have it go straight to a Joint Select Committee of Parliament before any attempts to have it passed.
The announcement was made by Attorney General Faris Al Rawi at today's post-Cabinet news conference.
The bill requires a three-fifth's majority of the House of Representatives to be passed.
Al Rawi said the government has had detailed meetings with the Media Association and Publishers and Broadcasters Association on it.