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Monday, 20 March 2017 18:49

Opposition Defends Stance On Abolition Of Preliminary Inquiries

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The Opposition has once again defended its stance concerning the abolition of Preliminary Inquiries.

St. Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar said the Opposition did not support the Bill in Parliament because they felt it was bad law.

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