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Relief over judgment on ex-governor Worrell


Relief over judgment on ex-governor Worrell

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FAITH IN BARBADOS’ resilience to overcome the crisis it faces at the Central Bank and regrets at Dr DeLisle Worrell’s dismissal as Governor bank.

That’s how Sir Courtney Blackman, the first governor of the Central Bank, reacted to Thursday’s appeals court decision to lift the lower court’s injunction that had blocked any effort by Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to fire Worrell.

At the same time, financial analyst Charlie Skeete said there was a sense of “relief now that the nation’s courts had paved the way for the resumption of normal business at the bank”.

“I am relieved,” said Skeete, a retired senior economic adviser at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington. (TB)


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