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Opposition calls new “email-gate” development a distraction

by | Aug 25, 2014

Opposition Senator, Faris Al-Rawi

Opposition Senator, Faris Al-Rawi

Despite attaining evidence from Google Incorporated that is expected to appease the Emailgate enquiry, specifically allegations of wrongdoing by Prime Minister Kamla

Persad Bissessar and Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, the revelation is today being dismissed as a mere distraction.
PNM Public Relations Officer, Faris Al Rawi says the google revelation is simply a distraction ploy by the AG ahead of the debate of the constitution amendment bill

which will take precedence in the senate tomorrow.
Al Rawi yesterday called on the population to avoid being fooled by what he coined, the Government’s charade. Saying that he was confident that the AG did not receive

the Google report on Sunday, Al Rawi said he found it mysterious that the AG chose to release the Google findings on Sunday evening, prior to the Constitution Amendment debate on Tuesday.

 

He also said that as far as he is aware, the investigation into the emailgate fiasco is ongoing. He also urged the Police Service and the Integrity Commission, who are probing the Emailgate matter, to respond to Ramlogan’s claims, adding that the PNM does not accept the AG’s version of what happened in the emailgate matter.

 

He went on to note that, according to the document Ramlogan gave to the media on Sunday, Google checked the e-mails which were sent between September 1 and 30, 2012,

adding that the public is unaware whether e-mails could have been sent prior or subsequent to this period.

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