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THE ASSOCIATION of Public Transport Operators (APTO) seems to be in a jam over who should speak for the organization.
This confusion comes on the heels of a meeting at Combermere School on Sunday night called by vice-president Judy Forde on behalf of APTO.
In an earlier statement, APTO’s president Morris Lee had denounced the meeting, saying that Forde had no authority to convene a meeting on behalf of the association.
He told the DAILY NATION that on June 8 a resolution was passed by the executive committee prohibiting Forde from making any statements on behalf of the association or doing business on behalf of APTO with private or Government entities, without the permission of the executive. (AH)
Full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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