PORT OF SPAIN — Integrity Commission chairman Ken Gordon yesterday removed himself from any e-mail probe.
The attorney general and the prime minister’s attorney, however, want him to resign. Period.
Gordon had recused himself from the e-mail investigation at the very first meeting of the new Integrity Commission on July 4, according to a letter from the Integrity Commission released to the media yesterday.
He therefore didn’t wait for the prime minister and the attorney general to formally make the call.
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, through her attorney, Israel Khan, wrote to Gordon on July 12 and Attorney General Anand Ram
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