WPA warns Ramotar against flawed Walter Rodney inquiry

-urges removal of contentious term, replacement of Jairam

The Working People’s Alliance (WPA) has warned President Donald Ramotar of “grave defects” in the impending Commis-sion of Inquiry (CoI) into the death of party leader Dr Walter Rodney, which it says runs the risk of poisoning the political environment.

The scope of the inquiry, which includes examining the possible state surveillance of the political opposition, and the appointment of Senior Counsel Seenath Jairam on the commission have generated concerns among the WPA, which the party communicated to President Ramotar by way of a letter yesterday.

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