Kerrie wants Cahill details
ATTORNEY GENERAL Adriel Brathwaite and his Cabinet colleague Dr Denis Lowe owe the country an explanation about the controversial Cahill agreement.
That was the position of St James Central Member of Parliament Kerrie Symmonds as he spoke during the debate last night on the 2015 Financial Statement And Budgetary Proposals in the House of Assembly.
Symmonds said it was not a personal matter but a one of governance, lamenting that the confidential memorandum of understanding (MOU) would bind the Government for 30 years and untold millions of dollars.
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