Trinidad governor threatens senator with legal action over ‘defamatory' comments

Jwala Rambarran
Jwala Rambarran

Jwala Rambarran, governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, has threatened to take a member of the country's senate to court over claims that he is "playing dolly house" with the bank's foreign reserves.

The governor's legal representatives have given Lester Henry, a senator and member of the opposition People's National Movement party, two weeks to issue a public apology after he accused Rambarran of being "reckless" and of running the central bank "like a parlour" on a local radio sh

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