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Camacho undecided on next AG candidate

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Governor Felix Camacho hasn't made a decision yet on who will tap to be the next attorney general.  With AG Alicia Limtiaco to swear-in as the U.S. Attorney for Guam and the CNMI on June 21, the island's chief executive says he's still reviewing a list of eligible candidates for the post.

The governor confirmed that among the individuals he may tap for the job are current U.S. Attorney Lenny Rapadas, acting Mental Health Deputy Director Elizabeth Cruz, and current Deputy Attorney General Phil Tydingco. Tydingco was recommended by the outgoing attorney general to be her replacement for the remainder of the year.

Camacho says he will make a decision before Limtiaco's swearing-in ceremony on the 21st.

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