Over the past few weeks, the Opposition has expressed its discontent with the government’s decision to retain the law firm of Courtenay Coye L.L.P. for court matters. The UDP had demanded to see the letters of exemption that were written by theGovernor-General which allows for members of parliament to provide such services to GOB. Today, our newsroom asked Minister Kareem Musa, who worked out of his father’s law firm if he had requested an exemption letter. Here is how he responded.
Kareem Musa, Minister of Home Affairs: “I have no done that but I have resigned from my law firm in terms of being a member of the law firm for the time being and I’m not aware that the law firm of Musa and Balderamos has gotten any work from the government but like I said I had resigned.”