Sproul had truly cared about victims of domestic abuse he would have announced his change of mind on divorce for abuse a long time ago. As most of you are aware by now, R. Sproul of Ligonier Ministries died December 14th,
Jagan and Members of the P. Secretary of State for the Colonies. Sir, The appointment of this Commission was made under a Warrant signed and issued by your predecessor on May 11th, l, in pursuance of the provisions contained in Section 2 of The British Guiana Commissions of Inquiry Order in Council The members of the Commission held their first meeting in London on May 7th,at which some preliminary matters were discussed and certain details of procedure settled.
On May 11th, all three members of the Commission met your predecessor and received the warrant of appointment. On the same day a second meeting of the Commission was held and some further matters of procedure were discussed and specified. Skinner was formally appointed Administrative Secretary of the Commission, and a direction was given that appropriate steps be taken in British Guiana to publicise the warrant relating to the appointment of the Commission and to invite oral or written statements and other evidence concerning the subject matter of our inquiry.
The Commission learnt that Mr. Kenneth Potter would act as Counsel to the Commission during the course of the inquiry, and assist us in the matter of calling witnesses, marshalling the evidence produced and presenting the relevant facts and circumstances before us.
All three members of the Commission left London by air on May 17th,and reached Georgetown on the evening of the following day. Skinner, the Administrative Secretary, and Mr. Potter were already in British Guiana, having arrived there a day or two earlier and entered upon their respective duties.
May 18th, the day of our arrival was a Friday, and Monday the 21st May had been fixed for our first sitting. We had therefore two days in which to recover from the fatigue of the extremely long and tiring journey, to review the material which had been made available to us in London and to pay a visit to the premises where the Commission was to sit and hold the inquiry.
This visit, it may be mentioned in passing, was very necessary as certain minor but essential changes had to be made upon a careful inspection of the premises and the arrangements made by the official in charge. We would like to commend the manner in which the entire matter of the accommodation of the Commission and its staff and for the members of the public was handled.
We particularly mention the public as the hearing of the inquiry was for the most part public and our arrival had evinced a great deal of interest among the people of British Guiana who seemed to think that the entire future of the country depended upon our deliberations, and for all the open sessions every available seat in the body of the hall was occupied.
On May 21st, the Commissions held its first session. After some brief preliminaries the members of the Commission were conducted to view the various places where damage to and destruction of property had been caused during the course of the disturbances of February 16th, On May 22nd, the hearing of the evidence began and the sittings continued till June 28th.
At the very outset the Commissions was informed that a number of political parties, and Insurance Company, and the Mayor and Town Council of Georgetown were interested in the inquiry and wished therefore to put in appearance through Counsel.
The Government was represented by the Attorney-General and, as already observed, Mr.
Kenneth Potter appeared as Counsel for the Commission. There was also the question of procedure regarding the manner in which evidence was to be produced, witnesses examined, cross-examined and re-examined. Upon all these matters complete unanimity was achieved and it was agreed that the Governor of British Guiana, four political parties, the Mayor and Town Council of Georgetown and the Hand in Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company, would be deemed interested parties and allowed to put in appearance through Counsel.
It was also agreed that in the matter of calling the evidence the following rules would be observed: These rules governed the procedure at the public sessions.
Towards the end of the enquiry, it was found necessary to investigate a matter the discussion of which in public was considered both unnecessary and inadvisable, because the evidence bearing upon it related to intimate constitutional relations between the Head of State and the Council of Ministers.
The issue involved was whether the assistance of the army to deal with the disturbances was sought and made available at the appropriate moment.
Under the constitution internal law and order is the exclusive concern of the Government, i. The details of the discussions which took place between the Ministers and the Governor were in our view of a nature which ought not to be made the subject matter of public comment so soon after the event, thought to the future historian they might be of considerable interest.
We were therefore disposed to accept the submission made by our Counsel, Mr.R.C. Sproul Changed His View on Abuse as Grounds for Divorce – but to our knowledge he never publicly announced that change. Jeff Crippen and Barbara Roberts ♦ December 19, ♦ 27 Comments.
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