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Oct 9, 2013

NTUCB says it demands independent investigation into passport scandal

The National Trade Union Congress of Belize weighed in this evening on the passport scandal which continues to unravel. The NTUCB says new chapters were written in the “now seemingly, ongoing bartering to the highest bidder, sale of our Belizean birthright.” According to the Congress, what we fail to realize is that for as long as we sit back and continue to allow this national betrayal to continue; we are part and parcel of the problem and that laws have been broken, vital processes circumvented and the integrity of the sovereign nation has been shattered. The Congress is demanding an immediate independent investigation, criminal proceedings, and that all players found liable of any form of wrongdoing in this alleged scandal, are dealt with to the fullest extent of the law. The NTUCB says that a mere slap on the wrist will not do in case of Penner, who is not the sole operative in the scandal. To the Prime Minister, the Congress says “no more defending of anyone.”

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1 Response for “NTUCB says it demands independent investigation into passport scandal”

  1. take a hike says:

    Dean Barrow said the Honorable Penner is going to stay.
    Hulse is taking care of the investigation, he knows what he is doing.
    He takes this seriously and not making booty calls like Castro.

    So you need to turn around and look the other way.
    It is none of your business what the cabinet and the PM do with the government of Belize.
    Your interference is not helpful.

    Next you will be saying average Belizeans should be overseeing the government.
    And that will cross the line.

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