The Prime Minister, this media house understands, is scheduled to take the stand on 7th February, 2011. He, however, will be preceded by Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Jeremy Taylor and Solicitor General Douglas Leys who are scheduled to testify on 1st February, 2011.
Attorney Lackston Robinson of the Attorney General’s Department, former foreign affair state minister Ronald Robinson and Attorney General Dorothy Lightbourne will also take the witness stand and are slated to give evidence on Wednesday, 2nd February, 2011.
Former Police Commissioner Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin, National Security Minister Dwight Nelson and Opposition spokesman on National Security Peter Phillips will testify on the following day.
The Enquiry will hear from former Chief of Defence Staff of the Jamaica Defence Force, Major General Stewart Saunders on Friday, 4th February, 2011.
Last week Prime Minister Bruce Golding’s statement was leaked by the media and recently, the Commissioner again warned that statements should not be leaked to the media before the witness testify.
(Content for this article was taken from Go-Jamaica.com)