Support for anti-laundering law hinged on cast iron guarantee of assent to rejected bills

- Granger

A public “cast-iron” guarantee that the four bills rejected by President Donald Ramotar will be assented to would see the main opposition APNU supporting the anti-money laundering bill, the coalition’s leader David Granger has said.

“We want to ensure that there is a public guarantee that the bills that we are concerned with are going to be assented to,” he told Stabroek News when asked whether APNU’s support of the Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) (Amendment) Bill is contingent on assent to the four bills or a guarantee that the bills would be assented to by the President.

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