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Sinckler: My hands are clean

GERALYN EDWARD, geralynedward@nationnews.com

Added 19 June 2015


HANDS CLEAN: “I have committed no crime so I have nothing to be worried about,” says Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler. (Picture by Lennox Devonish.)

MINISTER OF FINANCE Chris Sinckler says his hands are clean.

In the face of a barrage of attacks from the Opposition over the controversial Cahill agreement to build a $700 million plasma gasification waste-to-energy plant here, Sinckler went on the counter-attack while defending his role in the project as well as explaining payments reportedly made to local construction company Preconco.

In his wrap-up of the 2015 Budget in the wee hours of yesterday morning in the House of Assembly, Sinckler accused Opposition Leader Mia Mottley of leading a witch-hunt against him and his colleagues.

Please read the full story in today's Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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