PNCR still to rule on Vanessa Kissoon matter

The incident which led to MP Vanessa Kissoon’s suspension from the PNCR is still to be officially pronounced upon by the newly elected Central Executive of the party.

This newspaper understands that Kissoon’s suspension was lifted by Leader, David Granger so that she could attend last weekend’s Congress as a delegate.

Kissoon’s altercation with party General Secretary Oscar Clarke has triggered dissent from her over the way the party has handled the matter. She has argued that Granger had no authority to suspend her and this had to be done by a specially convened committee.

The Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee, Allan Munroe, has said that a recommendation was made and given to Granger following the disciplinary committee’s meeting on Tuesday last just prior to Congress.

Speaking to Stabroek News yesterday, Kissoon said that it was through media reports that she learnt  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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