Wednesday, 06 December 2017 19:24

MP Prakash Ramadhar On Anti-Gang Legislation

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St. Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar said an effort must be made to get the views of the Director of Public Prosecutions before going any further with the legislation.

He said the powerless in society, who are often the victims of the bloodshed, are the people who will be victims of the Anti-Gang legislation.

Earlier in the debate, the Attorney General said letters were sent to the DPP, the Law Association, the Judiciary and the police for their comments on this bill but only the Police responded.

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