Issue: OCG's referral to the DPP

Published: Saturday | January 5, 2013 Comments 0

Do you think the OCG's referral to the DPP for the prosecution of the Cabinet will be taken seriously? Become a friend on Facebook by liking our page @facebook.com/gleanerjamaica

I would love to see this happen in Jamaica and it goes to court.

- Deloris Jones

It should be, but will it? To prevent an appraisal of the DPP on the basis of the extreme actions of the OCG, what are the Jamaican media doing about this? If the media raise the profile of this and keep asking the relevant questions, we might actually see the impossible happen in Jamaica. Politicians are not above the law!

- Irie Daughter

It's an exercise in futility, as the members of Cabinet enjoy diplomatic immunity. It would be interesting to see how it plays out in court in light of the 1991 court decision.

- Kmar Royalis Wilson

The people of our country are too complacent and I am not sure. I am seriously sceptical about it everreally happening but if it does, then it will be a remarkable day for our country.

- Sikandar Zhong

It would be a good move. Jamaican people need to start holding the leadership accountable for poor performance and negligence.

- Terry-Ann Lynch

It should be and it would set a precedent that no one, and I mean no one, is above the law of the land.

- Racquel Nicholson

They work as a collective body. Let us see what the DPP will come up with.

- Clementina James

We now have a black President in the USA. Why is it that politicians in 2013 cannot get locked up? Are they all above the laws of Jamaica? Let us show the world we are a country of law and order.

- Winston Aloysius Chin

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