GOV’T COULD ELECT ONE OF ITS MEMBERS AS CHAIR OF PAC TEMPORARILY

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Based on two theories in litigation, the literal rule and the mischief rule, Attorney at Law Kevon Bess tells the Clerk of the National Assembly Sherlock Isaacs that someone from the Public Accounts’ governing side Committee could be elected as chairperson. Still, a member of the main opposition must hold the permanent position. Wendell Badrie reports

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