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CHILD DEFENDS MOTHER’S ACTION SAYING “I’M SORRY”

by | Apr 24, 2014 | 1 comment

pministerkamlaGovernment plans to review the legislation which prevents corporal punishment in schools to see whether or not it can be possible extended to the home.

Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, speaking with reporters this afternoon said the issue is a sensitive and difficult one.
However, she said the matter is one which should be explored.

Her comments come on the heels of the posting of a video on social network in which a mother is seen beating her daughter after the child allegedly posted indecent pictures of herself on the site.

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Her comments come on the heels of the posting of a video on social network in which a mother is seen beating her daughter after the child allegedly posted indecent pictures of herself on the site.

Mrs Persad Bisssesar reiterated that the government will continue to take action which will ensure protection and safety of the nation’s children.

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Meanwhile, the child involved the controversy has apologized for action on social media.

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  1. Anonymous

    Our heads of this country is clearly allowing the country to be as disfunctional as is the youths of tommorrow is the ones e groom now and if discipline can not be executed then how are we going to have decent young men and women. Look at the generations of youths from long ago to now and ask the parents how mych licks they got a village use to raise a child but now the heads puting means in place for a child to raise a child