Tuesday, September 25, 2012

AG Ramlogan: Rowley running scared

Anand Ramlogan says Keith Rowley is running scared of the pending legal matters against PNM party financiers so he is going out of his way to get rid of the AG. 

The Attorney General was commenting on the Opposition Leader's demand to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to fire Ramlogan by Wednesday.

Ramlogan told the Guardian media Monday he won't allow Rowley to use him as "his political pawn" so that he could feel good as the political leader "of a party that has three factions.”

Ramlogan claimed that each faction has its own leader and identified the three men fightinf for control of the People's National Movement: Diego Martin North East MP, Colm Imbert, Rowley and former prime minister Patrick Manning. 
He said Rowley is struggling for his political survival.

By contrast, he said the People’s Partnership Government is united under its leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar

Ramlogan said Rowley and the PNM “are very worried because of the number of matters that are presently before the courts. Those matters before the courts right now go to the root and core of the PNM.” 

Ramlogan said PNM financiers are “finding themselves before the courts in civil, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty cases." That's why they need to target the Attorney General "because I am taking action against them that they never thought possible.”

He said Rowley is hoping that he would succeed in getting the AG fired "so that they can get rid of these cases.” 

Ramlogan said when the details of the cases are known the PNM would be  exposed in corruption over the last year while they were in office. The AG said that's the real story about why they voted for Section 34 and remained quiet about it.  

The AG also stated that police have not completed their investigations into the Landate Development Project in Tobago, which is owned by Rowley's wife, Sharon. He said Rowley must explain to the people of T&T “how the lands on which Landate was being developed was reclassified from agricultural lands to lands for residential use" and where the money came from "to build that development project.”

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