Let CCJ decide on 'buggery law'
THE EDITOR, Sir:
The decision to retain or 'de-legislate' the existing buggery law could not have come at a better time. When one considers a subject that is so religiously divisive and politically polarising, the matter ought not to be put to a referendum.
Let the issue of the buggery laws be brought face to face with the constitutional structure and be resolved peacefully by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) at some later time when Jamaica is a member.
GLEN GEORGE WILSON