Former Justice Minister, Christlyn Moore, has thanked the Prime Minister for giving her the opportunity to serve her country.
In a media release, Ms. Moore said her tenure in Government was driven by the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP).
She pointed out that Cabinet comprises a team of individuals with strong views which were often matched by a high level of camaraderie and team spirit.
Moore said words cannot express her thanks to this group of committed public servants.
She also extended best wishes to Minister Emmanuel George, who has been appointed to the Ministry of Justice, saying as she steps away from the glare of public life, it was her wish the Government would continue to deliver on the mandate given in 2010.
Twelve months ago I was appointed Senator and Minister of Justice in the 10th Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. I have had the good fortune to serve my country at the level of the Cabinet and I must pay homage to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for affording me such an opportunity.
I would not have had this opportunity had it not been for the key role played by the Tobago Organization of the People in this People’s Partnership Government. I must therefore thank my Tobago colleagues for continuing their sterling contributions.
Cabinet comprises a team of individuals with strong views which are often matched by a high level of camaraderie and team spirit. As a Cabinet member I was afforded the distinct pleasure of engaging with this team as we collectively delivered on our mandate to serve the people of Trinidad and Tobago.
The Ministry of Justice is a new Ministry with a difficult portfolio and it is staffed by dedicated professionals who spare no effort in carrying out their duties and responsibilities. Words cannot express my thanks to this group of committed public servants.
To the New Minister of Justice, I extend best wishes for your success.
As I step away from the glare of public life, it is my sincere wish that the People’s Partnership Government will continue to deliver on the overwhelming mandate given in 2010. My support and appreciation is unconditionally available as we strive to make Trinidad and Tobago a better place for all citizens.
Ms. Christlyn Moore
Attorney at Law