The Opposition Is Disappointed with How the Government Is Implementing the Road Traffic Act
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The opposition People’s National Party expresses disappointment in how the administration has handled the new Road Traffic Act’s amendments.
Mark Golding, the leader of the opposition, claims that despite the Transport Minister’s statements, the changes are insufficient to allay the taxi operators’ mounting worries.
According to the opposition leader, the bill he had wanted to submit to parliament would have been a valuable instrument for dealing with the new Road Traffic Act changes.
Leader of the opposition Mark Golding
Following the House of Representatives meeting on Tuesday, Mr. Golding spoke during a press conference.
In response to vocal public protest, the government has declared that it will modify the contentious kid restraint restrictions under the new Road Traffic Act.
The Lower House’s Tuesday meeting was addressed by Transport Minister Audley Shaw, who stated that the change would let young children be restrained by an adult.
Other changes to the Act, according to Minister Shaw, will be made public before the week is up.
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