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AG: Rowley afraid of pending legal matters
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has dismissed calls for his resignation by tomorrow, saying Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley was running scared of the several legal matters against PNM party financiers. Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley issued a 72-hour ultimatum to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Sunday for Ramlogan to be fired or face further action. But Ramlogan, when contacted for comment yesterday, said Rowley and the Opposition People’s National Movement were afraid of the many investigations being conducted against financiers of the party. He told the T&T Guardian he was “not going to allow him (Rowley) to use me as his political pawn so that he could feel good as the political leader of a party that has three factions.”
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