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Hamel-Smith must go, too
Has the years of mischief and foolhardy behavior caught up with Jack Warner and rendered him insane or deranged? For him to call on civil groups and others to castigate Keith Rowley must be a joke, even a bigger joke than Jack Warner himself. The Leader of the Opposition is correct to chastise the Acting President on the contents of the letter sent by Mr Hamel-Smith to him.
We, wish to make it clear that we circumspectly support all said by Mr Rowley and this leads us to believe that the Acting President is looking highly suspect. How can any sane person determine that only Herbert Volney is responsible? However this public relations-minded Kamla Persad-Bissessar-led government puts it, the facts are damning and oh so conclusive: the entire government must be held responsible.
And if the Acting President says otherwise, then we must indeed take a good look at the merit of Mr Hamel-Smith. Mr Hamel-Smith must know that not because he says so that it is really so, and Jack Warner must really be hallucinating to even think that he can call on civic groups to malign the integrity and credibility of Mr Keith Rowley.
For the past week Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has put the matter exactly how it is: the Attorney General has the final say and is fully responsible for all proclamation of the law. The Prime Minister is a lawyer and golly she must intrinsically be aware of this. The Attorney General has to go and now that the President of the Senate/Acting President has shown his bias, he too must go.
All who are not working or who are prejudiced and cannot function objectively must resign, now! On Friday 2nd November at high noon in the capital, the march of all marches will take place. We, invite all members of the public to come and invoke their right.
Jowelle De Souza
Chairman, Section 34 Group
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