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Alexandra report not laid in House

Tue, November 06, 2012 - 7:47 PM

Barbadians will have to wait to hear officially the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry into the Alexandra School.

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart had indicated last week that the highly anticipated Alexandra report would be made an official document of the house either today, or next week.

However, Minister of Finance, Christopher Sinckler started the day’s proceedings by introducing the International Business Companies Amendment Bill, which dealt with frameworks Barbados have put in place so as to compete with tax free havens for the international business sector. (BA)

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Posted by Carl Harper 1 year, 8 months ago
Are you surprise? Stuart is a last-minute man - a last day kind of guy. Absolutely nothing ruffles his feathers since he awoke from his slumber.

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