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Grenada minister receives sexual harassment investigation report
Published on December 15, 2012 Email To Friend    Print Version

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada -- Minister for Youth Empowerment and Sports, Patrick Simmons, has confirmed receipt of the report on investigations into allegations of sexual harassment at the National Lottery Authority in Grenada.

The minister, describing the report as comprehensive, said based on the findings he has planned further discussions with stakeholders to enlighten them on the findings and to determine the way forward.

“We are satisfied that the tribunal did a very comprehensive and in-depth report on the issue and as such it will form the basis for any resolution to this matter,” Simmons said on Friday morning.

He expressed appreciation to the Grenadian public for their patience as the process was allowed to take its course without undue pressure or interference from external sources.
 
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Comments:

Peter:

Get some adice from Ralph Gonsalves, he has had plenty of such allegations against him.

Even charged with rape, until the DPP refused to allow the case to proceed.


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