Tourism Minister Randall Mitchell continues to keep his distance from the ongoing wrangling between sacked TTL chief executive officer Camille Campbell and chairman Janelle Penny Commissiong-Chow.

Campbell was fired on July 1, six months after she was appointed. Her termination letter was signed by Commissiong-Chow. Campbell’s attorneys have issued a pre-action protocol letter to the TTL chairman, describing the decision to terminate her services “wrongful, unfair, unreasonable and indefensible”.

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