The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago will hold a meeting today to address a motion of no confidence against the association’s president Senior Counsel Reginald Armour and vice president Gerry Brooks for conduct deemed inappropriate due to the alleged failure to consult with Law Association’s membership on matters regarding the Strategic Service Agency (Amendment) Bill 2016.
Association member Robin Montano is calling for both the president and vice president to step down. Montano along with several other financial members of the LATT requested this meeting in an attempt to carry forward the motion against Armour and Brooks as a result of unanswered questions on the issue of the SSA Bill Amendment.
Speaking on the Power Breakfast Show this morning Montano stated that he had previously written to the association’s executive on it position and if they had had any consultations with the Attorney General, however, that has been to no avail.
He believes that the executive should be accountable in addresses the concerns and complaints of its members. This after it is alleged that the association refused to reply to his request.
Montano is demanding that Armour and Brooks be held liable for their action as he continue to fight for the correction of what he calls injustice.