An investigation into the whereabouts of the spy equipment should have been demanded
Stabroek News letter. 23 June 2008
Why senior ministers, the President, opposition assembly members, the press, etc, have not demanded an investigation as to the whereabouts of the spy equipment long ago is a mystery to me. The government continue to be their worst enemy by the way they handle information and criticisms. It is not good enough for senior officials to only say they do not know, but to add that “I will seek to find out the answer to your question and get back to you.” The answer should be pursued up the presidential level. That would be good governance and a freedom of information step in the right direction. There are other issues that require the same treatment.
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