During this recess, the People’s Partnership Government will hold a three-day workshop at the Coco Reef Hotel in Tobago to review its performance since being elected on May 24, and to prepare for the 2011 Budget which is expected to be presented in Parliament by Finance Minister Winston Dookeran in early September.
Addressing the post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Works and Transport Minister, Jack Warner, said Persad-Bissessar will make a full statement about the inquiry, its members and their terms of reference in the House today.
On Tuesday, the 20th anniversary of the attempted coup, Persad-Bissessar said the inquiry would be headed by three persons with expertise in military, legal and psychological matters respectively.
Warner also disclosed that Government will hold “a three day healthy workshop” at the Coco Reef Hotel next week.
Newsday was reliably informed that the workshop begins on Wednesday, following the Senate’s final sitting on Tuesday, until September.