Cayman Islands lawmakers oust premier in no-confidence vote
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands Dec 18 (Reuters) - Lawmakers in the Cayman Islands passed a vote of no confidence on Tuesday ousting embattled Premier McKeeva Bush from office one week after he was arrested on suspicion of corruption.
Members of parliament voted 11-3 with one abstention to remove Bush as the head of government in the British territory, a major financial center and offshore home to more than half of the world's hedge funds.
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