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'West Kingston report will have far reaching implications'

Published:Wednesday | June 15, 2016 | 6:13 PM
Justice Minister Delroy Chuck ... "A lot of feathers will be ruffled," he said while making a statement on the report this afternoon to the House of Representatives.

Jovan Johnson, Parliamentary Reporter

Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has said the report on the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry will have far reaching implications for some people.

"A lot of feathers will be ruffled," he said while making a statement on the report this afternoon to the House of Representatives.

He did not explain who he's suggest will be affected by the findings of the report.

He spoke moments before the 900-page report was tabled.

Meanwhile, the Justice Minister said a subcommittee of the Cabinet has been formed to further examine the report.

He said the report of the committee will go to the Parliament.

Speaking on behalf of the Opposition, Spokesman on National Security Peter Bunting said the report was welcomed.

"We will carefully go through it," he said noting that it was too early to give a full assessment.

He also called for a parliamentary committee to go examine the report.

Chuck said one will be established.