President demands cabinet involvement in procurement commission. AFC not on board
So Ramjattan wrote President Donald Ramotar on November 28th outlining a road map as to how they can kill two birds with one stone. Ramjattan made it clear that when the anti-money laundering bill returns to the national assembly on December 12 his party is supporting the APNU position that it must be sent back to the special select committee.
He said the road map was shared with the leader of the opposition. He said the president then penned a strong response indicating that the two should be dealt with separately and he was not about to have the role of cabinet diminished in the procurement commission.
The AFC leader was expected to respond to the president’s correspondence later today.