Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014, 1:52 by GxMedia
In the Wednesday edition of Caribbean Newsdesk, President Donald Ramotar says a tape in which Attorney General, Anil Nandlall was heard talking about the vulnerability of Kaieteur News to being attacked by armed persons was not edited.
The opposition Working People’s Alliance (WPA) and A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) have called for Nandlall’s removal.
Ramotar, however, says remarks by his Principal Legal Adviser were taken out of context. The Guyanese leader, however, insisted that the recording was done illegally. You can listen to the programme by first clicking here https://www.dropbox.com/s/9qnm687qj5yp0a4/caribnews_desk_oct29.MP3?dl=0 to download it.
Nandlall’s comments were made in a private conversation between him and Kaieteur News reporter, Leonard Gildharie. The newspaper’s publisher, Glen Lall, has since lodged a complaint with the police.
Also in the programme:
Guyana’s Attorney General appears to be sitting comfortably despite remarks he made about an apparent planned armed attack on a privately-owned newspaper
The US Coast Guard rescues several persons off the Florida coast
St. Lucians search for a boy missing at sea
Ebola cases now more than 13,000
In the Dominican Republic, one person was shot dead and several arrested during protests
Salary controversy could harm the future of West Indies Cricket team