By Antigua News Room,
Prime Minister Gaston Browne says he has never accused D. Gisele Isaac, the former Executive Secretary of the Board of Education, of illegality.
“By the way its not a legal issue, I never said that she did something wrong illegally. What I said is that her appointment violates government policy.”
Browne published documents on his personal Facebook page indicating that Isaac was receiving payment as Research Officer for Opposition Leader Jamal Pringle.
He said the publication of the letter about Isaac’s income is not a personal attack but merely as evidence.
Isaac is threatening legal action as her personal information was published in the media.
Browne told his radio programme over the weekend that has he is unfazed by her threats of legal action against him.
The prime minister says it is the policy of the government that an individual cannot receive two monthly cheques from the Treasury.
Photo: Antigua Prime Minister, Gaston Browne