AG has nothing to apologise for – President

-Chancellor says as far as she is concerned matter has been settled

President David Granger earlier today said that there is no need for Attorney General (AG) Basil Williams SC to apologise to Justice Franklyn Holder as his behaviour during a  March 23 hearing of the Carvil Duncan case was not contemptuous.

The President’s position will further fuel this raging issue as the judge maintains that Williams’ conduct was despicable and that statements made constitute “contemptuous behaviour.” Williams has been adamant that he has nothing to apologise for.

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