Gov’t not interested in strong anti-laundering law – Granger tells Linden forum

By Jeff Trotman

 

Opposition Leader, David Granger, has accused the PPP/C administration of lacking the political will to implement strong recommendations for the contentious Anti Money Laundering and Counter-ing the Financing of Ter-rorism (AML/CFT) bill.

He made the accusation at an APNU town hall meeting at the Egbert Benjamin Interpretation Centre, Linden, on Wednesday. Referring to a series of similar town hall meetings that were held across the country by representatives of the government, the leader of  A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) said: “They run all around this country hysterically, trying to criticize the opposition, trying to criticize APNU. But we are the only people, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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