Questions on fibre optic cable project solely on its poor execution – Harmon

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) MP Joseph Harmon says the questions he is asking of Prime Minister Samuel Hinds concerning the US$32 million fibre optic cable, E-Governance Project are inspired solely by the poor manner in which it is being run.

The Parliamentary Order Paper which was sent out last week revealed that Harmon intended to ask Hinds to clarify three matters related to the long-delayed project.

Harmon’s questions, to which Hinds is required to respond in writing, asks the Prime Minister …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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