The Prime Minister said on Thursday that he has no evidence to support any calls from the Opposition United National Congress to take action against one of his Cabinet members because of the contents of a Special Branch report.

Stressing that he is not defending anyone, the Prime Minister said he can only act if there is evidence to do so, not on intelligence gathered, based on observations.


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