PEOPLE’S National Movement (PNM) chairman Franklin Khan said yesterday the party was clear that no wrongs were committed when Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley met Integrity Commission chairman Ken Gordon on May 15.
Khan addressed reporters yesterday following the party’s general council meeting at Balisier House, Port of Spain.
The meeting on May 15 has been described as “secret” by Government and took place at Gordon’s Glencoe home five days before Rowley’s no-confidence motion against the Government in the House of Representatives.
Gordon announced on Friday that he will not be resigning his position.
Khan said, “The General Council also views with favour that Mr Gordon did not resign his position as chairman of the Integrity Commission.”
Khan also said the PNM will be joining the labour movement in its march on July 5 to the Prime Minister’s office.
Khan said, “Based on a recommendation the political leader has endorsed the fact that the PNM will be joining the march on July 5 to protest against certain actions of the Government. We will be coming out in full force in full red attire. We will be coming out in our thousands on behalf of the People’s National Movement in joining that march against the government.”