The 30th Guam Youth Congress will reconvene for session on February 20th, 2016.
Guam – In response to the trend of bomb threats at the schools, the 30th Guam Youth Congress passed a resolution that supports prosecuting those found responsible for the threats to the fullest extent of the law.
At a session held this week, the Guam Youth Congress passed the resolution unanimously. The resolution also requests that Guam Department of Education administrators continue to enact preventative measures in an attempt to deter further bomb threats. Speaker Lawrence Jay Alcairo expressed during session that these bomb threats are not to be taken lightly. He said “they disrupt not only our school system, but also our public safety and everyday living…those responsible must be held accountable.”
Another resolution passed aims to start discussion on a reunification plan of Guam and CNMI within the next two years in order to gage feasibility and sustainability issues.