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Nov 30, 2006

D.F.C. Inquiry will have only 5 more public sessions

Story PictureThe public hearings of the D.F.C. Commission of Inquiry will resume … but they will be forced to pack a lot of testimony into a very short time span. According to a release from the Commission there will only be five more public sessions, which will take place on December twelfth, fourteenth, nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first at the Belize Institute of Management. Additional hearings–not open to the public–will be held on the fifth, sixth and seventh. The remaining sessions will be chaired jointly by Commissioners Merlene Martinez and Herbert Lord, as Chairman David Price remains hospitalised in Cuba. All of the remaining public hearings will be televised live in their entirety, right here on Channel Five.

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