Almost two months since President David Granger received the findings of a Commission of Inquiry into an alleged assassination plot against him, he is still studying the report and the recommendations.
President Granger shied away from the issue this afternoon when asked by News Source, instead asking that questions be directed to his Minister of State.
The Minister of State, Joe Harmon, told reporters today that the report is still being studied and he cannot say whether or when the recommendations will be put into force.
“We are looking at these recommendations and the President is going to consider them shortly”, he said.
Mr. Harmon noted that the Security Sector Reform report will also be considered as the government looks at the management of the Guyana Police Force.
Among the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry report, is for the Government to relieve the Police Commissioner of his duties because of him getting involved in the investigations because one of his friends was under probe.
Harmon would not say whether such a move will be taken, but did admit to meeting the Police Commissioner recently to discuss issues important to his own well being.
Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud is currently on leave.
He has been proceeding on several months of owed leave at various periods over the past year.