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(Barbados Today) The economic axe has fallen.

However, it is now for the High Court to decide whether Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and members of the board of the Central Bank of Barbados acted within their rights in demanding the head of Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell on the proverbial silver platter.

Sinckler, at the insistence of other members of the board of the monetary authority, reportedly met with Worrell last Thursday to inform him that his services were no longer needed, and that he had until Monday to either resign or be forced out of office.

However, that order was met with defiance on the part of the Governor, who immediately embarked upon a legal course of action, challenging the right of the minister to oust him.

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