The contents of the Sir Anthony Coleman report on the commission of enquiry into CLICO and the Hindu Credit Union should not be made public, the was the advice given to Prime Minister Keith Rowley by the Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard.
The report was sent to the DPP for advice on whether it should revealed to the public after it was submitted to the President and deliberated on by the Cabinet last month.
Minister Stuart Young, in response to questions raised during yesterday’s post Cabinet media conference, expressed that the DPP indicated that a probe on the matter has been ongoing by his office since 2012 and the decision was made in an effect to not prejudice the investigations.
However, president of the Joint Consultative Council JCC, Afra Raymond who has been calling for information regarding the entire CLICO debacle to be revealed as it is in the publics’ interest to know, expressed his concerns this morning in an interview with the Power Breakfast Show.
He believes that an investigation on a matter of great importance, such as this report, should be given top priority.
Raymond also stated that the government needs to review every possible and legal action when dealing with this issue.