Political scientist Dr Don Marshall suggests moving Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler. (FILE)
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HEAD OF THE SIR ARTHUR Lewis Institute for Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), Dr Don Marshall, has offered a radical solution to the impasse between the Central Bank governor and the Minister of Finance.
Marshall, a political scientist, was yesterday giving his analysis of the unprecedented situation facing the Freundel Stuart administration after Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler tried unsuccessfully to remove Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell after giving him an ultimatum to either resign by the end of business last Monday or be fired.
Worrell went to court on the weekend and got a temporary injunction restraining Sinckler from removing him from the top job. Justice Randall Worrell, before whom the parties appeared, has reserved his ruling until today. He could lift the injunction, maintain it, or impose specific measures on the parties. (GE)
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