Carrington ‘report’ not tabled
ABOUT A DOZEN non-regulars lined up outside the north gate of the Parliament Buildings yesterday in anticipation of some excitement being generated by the possible tabling of a report from the Committee of Privileges into the so-called Speaker Michael Carrington Affair.
But they were disappointed on entering the House of Assembly as the expected report was not laid.
Well-placed parliamentary sources told the MIDWEEK NATION afterwards that the Committee had not finalised the report which had been expected to be placed before the House for adoption yesterday.
There was no indication as to the reason for the hold-up.
And with the House being adjourned in the late afternoon until Tuesday, March, 10, those eager partisan supporters of the two major political parties will have to wait even longer for a glimpse of the Committee’s findings and recommendations.
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