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MOUs did not trample on Jamaicans' rights, says Phillips - February 16th
Former national Security Minister Dr Peter Phillips says he did not sacrifice the constitutional rights of Jamaicans when he signed the controversial memoranda of understanding (MOU) that have come to light at the ongoing Manatt-Dudus commission of enquiry.
Manatt enquiry should clarify human rights - February 16th
Even if the Dudus-Manatt com-mission of enquiry achieves nothing else of value, it should clarify an important issue over which there often appears to be confusion.
Good ad for democracy - February 13th
Enquiry, shamquiry. That was pretty much the initial attitude of the general public towards the ongoing Manatt-Dudus commission.
The Days of Our Lies - February 13th
On Tuesday last, I sent the following message to a number of people: "Since neither Dudus nor Manatt is present at the commission of enquiry, do you think the name of the commission should be changed to the Lies of our Government?"
Under piercing cross-examination by attorneys K.D. Knight, Frank Phipps, and Patrick Atkinson, Solicitor General Douglas Leys, the main witness during last week's sitting of the