Prime Minister Gaston Browne has repeated statements he made in parliament about the Odebrecht Bribery Scandal.
He did so on Pointe FM on Saturday in the face of a law Suit from Harold Lovell.
Lovell said last week:
“I challenge him – I dare him – to repeat those statements anywhere else in the public domain. And if he cannot repeat them, that fact will confirm him to be a liar,” says Lovell, an attorney at law.
“If he were interesed in truth, and in clearing up the cloud that hangs over this country on account of the Odebrecht Scandal, he would man up and hold the inquiry for which I and other right-thinking citizens and nationals have been calling.
“I have no fear of the outcome. Call the inquiry now!” the UPP Leader says.
Browne repeated the allegations almost word for word on his weekly radio programme the Browne and Browne show.