WPA says members should make own decision on taking part in Rodney probe

-says President has not responded to concerns

Noting that the party has not been officially acknowledged as a participant in the Rodney probe “by the powers that be”, the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) yesterday said that it members should make their own decision on whether to take part in the Commission of Inquiry (CoI).

The party says that it has not yet received a response from President Donald Ramotar to a letter in which the party expressed its concerns over the Terms of Reference and composition of the Walter Rodney CoI.

At a news conference last Thursday, Ramotar had said that he would soon respond to the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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