Ramadhar backs the bill

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MINISTER of Legal Affairs and COP leader, Prakash Ramadhar, came out in full support of the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 as the Government’s second speaker in yesterday’s Lower House debate, the day after his somewhat wavering stance in talking to reporters after Sunday’s COP General Council meeting, where he called for a delay on the parliamentary vote on the bill.

MINISTER of Legal Affairs and COP leader, Prakash Ramadhar, came out in full support of the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 as the Government’s second speaker in yesterday’s Lower House debate, the day after his somewhat wavering stance in talking to reporters after Sunday’s COP General Council meeting, where he called for a delay on the parliamentary vote on the bill.

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