The Law Association will hold a special meeting on Monday to discuss a motion of no confidence moved against the association’s President Senior Counsel Reginald Armour and vice president Gerry Brooks.
On June, 30 members signed a petition, including opposition senators Wayne Sturge and Gerald Ramdeen, questioning the conduct of the Law Associaion heads in relation to an April meeting with Attorney General Faris Al Rawi concerning the SSA bill.
The members contend that SC Armour and Brooks failed to consult the membership before meeting the AG.
In a release last week from Secretary Elena Araujo, the cirmcumstances surrounding the meeting were explained in detail, stating “the members of the 30th Council confirm that the President and Vice President acted with the full authority of Council when they articulated to the Attorney General, the considered and informed views and concerns of the Law Association on the SSA Bill.”
The release also explained that 10 members who signed the petition have since withdrawn from the motion of no confidence.