The Constitution then goes on -in Schedule One- to detail the oaths, as follows:
A Minister or Parliamentary Secretary
and Tobago and will uphold the Constitution and the law, that I will conscientiously, impartially and to
the best of my ability discharge my duties as ………… and do right to all manner of people without
fear or favour, affection or ill will.
- What are the consequences to Ministers or a Parliamentary Secretaries, if it is found that they, having taken and subscribed such oaths, are not giving their all in discharging their duties, or are treating with some people in a bigoted, or spiteful, or malicious manner?
- And, by whom are such consequences to be visited upon the errant?