APNU, AFC ready for stern measures against Rohee
APNU and the AFC have both signalled that they would be taking strong action against Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee if the government continues to ignore the no-confidence vote passed in the National Assembly against him.
Writing in the Sunday Stabroek yesterday, APNU’s shadow minister on finance, Carl Greenidge argued that the decent thing for the minister to have done was to follow the convention and resign.
“He now hides behind the shirt tail of the President. Unfortunately for him, the President has no veto as in the case of a Bill. Refusal to act on instructions carried in a motion constitutes contempt. As a consequence, the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.