Déjà vu for anti-laundering bill

-deliberations concluded in opposition’s absence

Government on Tuesday once again concluded the work of the select committee responsible for the revision of  anti-money laundering legislation in the absence of opposition members, setting up a potential clash on the crucial bill when the National Assembly meets next week.

The committee’s report is now being drafted as it prepares to present the bill before the National Assembly next week.

Like in the previous committee last year, PPP/C chairperson Gail Teixeira moved to complete the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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