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PostSubject: No more cash say ministers   Sat Oct 11, 2008 12:05 pm

No more cash say ministers

The Nomore Cash Guy Alden McLaughlin
(CNS): More than $1.6 million that has already been spent on the special police investigation into alleged corruption within the RCIPS is to be approved in this session of Finance Committee, which reconvened on Thursday. However, Minister Charles Clifford (left) has said he won’t be voting to allocate any more money until questions start to be answered.

“When this matter first came up...we had to employ a certain amount of trust in what we were being told,” said Clifford. “At this point I have some significant questions about the entire situation and...I don’t know what types of additional requests may come forward in relation to funding or any other issues to do with the investigation but I have to tell you that this is one minister that is not going to be supporting any additional funding unless we have more answers. So people are going to have to be held to account, otherwise the Governor is going to have to exercise his reserve powers to get the funding.”

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PostSubject: Re: No more cash say ministers   Mon Oct 13, 2008 12:44 am

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