Questions to Ministers
Tuesday, November 22, 2016, 15:02
Would the Member for Queen Square and Minister of Finance say how much Ambassador Mark Espat is being paid for this latest restructuring of Barrow’s Bond? And could he explain to taxpayers why Espat should be paid AGAIN when the last restructuring was a complete failure?
Would the Member for Queen Square and Minister of Finance say what new taxes, or increases on existing taxes will be implemented in March? Could he further say if he now regrets the wild and reckless spending of Petrocaribe monies on pibil, tacos, rum and political fetes?
Would the Member for Queen Square and Prime Minister be able to confirm or deny rumours that a team was assembled months ago which has been compiling lists of those public officers who will be retrenched in 2017?
Would the unelected Senator and Minister of Natural Resources confirm or deny reports that as of Tuesday this week the Ministry has been placed in lockdown mode, with no transactions taking place until further notice? If that is indeed so, could she clarify whether this move is to facilitate an investigation or to facilitate the destruction of incriminating files?
Would the unelected Senator and Minister of Natural Resources please confirm or deny reports that Commissioner of Lands Wilbert Vallejos is the subject of an internal investigation since in his capacity as Commissioner he was a key player in the questionable transactions that took place under former Minister Gaspar Vega?
Would the Member for Orange Walk East and Minister Jr. with responsibility for Police please say what, if any steps are being put in place to curb violent crime, since the nation is well on its way to recording a record year in murders?
Would the Member for Collet and Minister of his own development please explain exactly how his daughter came to be the owner of that yellow building at the corner of Central American Boulevard and the George Price Highway? Could he further confirm or deny reports that he actually owns that building and many others in the city?
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