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Caribbean L 8 ife, June 7–13, 2019 BQ
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ing with the worsening water situation.
NWC Corporate Communications
Manager, Charles Buchanan said the
prohibition notice that the commission
normally publishes in
time of extreme drought
is usually intended to
send a signal to the population
to indicate that
not only it is not right to
be wasting water from an already limited
supply but it is also not legal.
He said some of the breaches of the
prohibition order include using NWCsupplied
water in a drought-affected area
to water gardens or lawns, using portable
water to irrigate farms, refilling ponds
and swimming pools, washing motor
vehicles with a continuously running
hose, using NWC-suppled water to wash
In a statement, the NWC defended
its position saying more stringent water
conservation measures must now be
Officials of the Inter-America Commission
on Human Rights (IACHR) and
the United Nations have expressed deep
concern about the disappearance of Venezuelan
migrants in the waters between
Guiria and Trinidad and Tobago.
The IACHR is appealing to the authorities
in Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela
to organize search and rescue operation
and investigations to identify and
locate the missing people whose relatives
have complained about getting contradictory
information about the number of
people who remained unaccounted for.
At least 60 Venezuelans remain unaccounted
for from the two vessels enroute
from Guiria to Trinidad and Tobago,
which reportedly sank.
The IACHR and UN experts noted that
the recent incidents were not the first to
occur in the Caribbean
n Jan. 11, a vessel
carrying 30 Venezuelan
people heading to Curacao
capsized. Four people died and the
others were not immediately found.
Last month a boat carrying 34 Venezuelan
migrants capsized near Patos
Island, off Trinidad after leaving Guiria.
Of the 34 passengers, 12 were rescued,
and 22 are feared drowned, but no bodies
have been found.
Given the situation with Venezuelan
migrants, IACHR and United Nations
officials said the two countries need to
strengthen and coordinate their search
and rescue operations, investigation and
forensic protocols and make every effort
to ensure the dignified treatment of the
remains of deceased persons.
— Compiled by Azad Ali
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