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Warner: De Lima’s behaviour comical
National Security Minister Jack Warner on Wednesday night launched a verbal attack on former COP vice chairman Vernon De Lima in the Parliament, days after De Lima’s failed motion against Warner. Warner accused the former COP vice chairman of defending drug traffickers and murderers, adding: “So the fear is that if the Minister of National Security is successful lawyers and others like him would be out of business.” Warner made the remarks during Wednesday night’s parliamentary debate to repeal Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Offences) Bill. Last week, De Lima failed in a bid to get the COP to support his resolution, calling on the Prime Minister to remove Warner as minister, failing which the COP would completely distance itself from the coalition PP.
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