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THE ALEXANDRA report could be laid in Parliament at this week’s sitting of the House of Assembly. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart said yesterday that the much-anticipated report would be brought to Parliament this Tuesday or next week. “We are hoping to get it laid on Tuesday, if not . . . the following week,” he said during a Press conference at the Kingsland constituency office of Christ Church East Central Member of Parliament Ronald Jones following a joint mass canvass of three Christ Church constituencies. Several Members of Parliament, including MP for Christ Church South John Boyce and Christ Church West MP Stephen Lashley, gathered at the office following the canvassing.