Jamaica PM May Not Testify

Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding
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Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding

The man whose testimony may be the most important of any in the Jamaican Commission of Enquiry concerning the Manatt, Phelps and Phillips affair, Prime Minister Bruce Golding, is asking the commission to consider his “obligation to attend to the business of the people of Jamaica and the machinery of Government,” the prime minister said through his attorney, Hugh Small, Q.C. Small said Golding would be available to testify only until the end of next week, and that would only be if evidence of others witnesses, including that of Justice Minister Dorothy Lightbourne, is taken.

 

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