APNU believes that the Linden Commission of Enquiry falls miserably short of the aspirations
Even as the Commission of Inquiry prepares to conclude, the collection of statements, the opposition coalition the, APNU, says, that the inquiry falls miserably short of the aspirations of the people of Linden and Guyana to achieve justice.
The APNU, which participated in the crafting of the terms of reference, is now expressing disappointment at the terms of reference. APNU is of the view that the terms of reference was not extended to the reign of terror inflicted upon the people of Linden on 2nd and 10th of August.
The Commission’s terms of reference have several aspects, that will be dealt with by the Commission, which includes the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of Ivan Lewis, Ron Somerset and Shemroy Bouyea and the injuries of several other persons.
Williams also wants to know if political parties can testify at the Commission. He is also asking if the Commission will accept statements from the victim’s legal representatives .
At the end of the process the Commission will make recommendations, implementation of which will assist the Guyana Police Force in effectively and professionally discharging their responsibilities for the maintenance of law and order.