Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Sir Branford on Commission of Inquiry


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Veteran politician Sir Branford Taitt knows what it feels like to be at the centre of a commission of inquiry.
The former minister of health, who was exonerated by a commission of inquiry into the St Joseph Hospital, is today making known his position on Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement of a commission of inquiry into the Alexandra School impasse.
The former president of the Senate, who recently retired on account of ill health, has been actively following the national discussion in the Press and chooses not to hide his mouth about how he feels the Prime Minister, Minister of Education Ronald Jones, the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) and principal Jeff Broomes have handled the dispute.
He spoke to Editor in Chief Kaymar Jordan.
Full story in tomorrow’s Big Interview in the SUNDAY SUN

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