Alexandra report delayed
The retired judicial officer probing affairs at the Alexandra School now has until September 21.
A statement from the Cabinet Office this evening revealed that the written report of the Commission of the Inquiry into the Alexandra School can now be presented to the Governor General three weeks later than the original deadline.
“The Governor General has authorised the change in the date for the submission of the written report in light of the fact that vital days’ hearings were lost to the Commission’s deliberations, due to the unavailability of the Wildey Gymnasium for three days in July because of prior bookings for Crop-Over events, and the observance of two public holidays in August.
Hearings were completed on Monday this week, with final submissions by counsel yesterday, August 29,” the statement said.