Worrell’s woes: Barbadian governor battling on two fronts

DeLisle Worrell, Central Bank of Barbados

The governor of the Central Bank of Barbados remains locked in a dispute with the country's minister of finance, Chris Sinckler, over his future at the central bank.

Around two weeks ago, DeLisle Worrell managed to secure an injunction against his dismissal. The injunction was overturned in a court hearing on February 17, but the governor immediately challenged the ruling and obtained a fresh injunction while a date is set for a fresh hearing at the Court of Appeals.

The dispute revolves around

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