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File on Partap for DPP by weekend
The file on the investigation into the incident that led to junior National Security Minister Collin Partap being fired will be submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) by the end of this week. The assurance came from public information officer sgt Wayne Mystar during yesterday’s weekly media briefing at the Police Administration Building, Port-of-Spain.
Questioned yesterday, Mystar confirmed he had received an update from the acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams. He added: “We are awaiting one more important document before submitting the file but it will be done before the end or by the end of this week.”
Williams had previously named October 15 as the date when the file would be submitted to DPP Roger Gaspard. Partap was fired by the prime minister on August 25, less than a day after he was taken to the Belmont Police Station for a breathalyser test when police stopped his car after he left a Port-of-Spain nightclub.
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