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Trinidad’s integrity commission probing email scandal involving PM
2013-09-02 09:39:37 | (0 Comments)
Trinidad and Tobago’s Integrity Commission has confirmed that it has started an investigation into the allegations that several government ministers including Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar were engaged in a sinister move to undermine the judiciary.
Kamla Persad-Bissessar – File
It is reported that the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution and the media were also targets.
In May, Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley told Parliament he had received 31 email purporting to show correspondences between Prime Minister Persad Bissessar, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, the local government and works Minister and a security adviser outlining the plot.
The government ministers have since filed pre-protocol letters against Rowley as a prelude to taking legal action.
The police are also investigating the matter.
The Integrity Commission said its probe would determine the authenticity of alleged electronic mails as provided to the Commission by the former president, Professor George Maxwell Richards.
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