Gov’t, opposition for weekend meetings on anti-laundering bill -Teixeira

The select committee on the anti-money laundering amendment bill will convene over the weekend with the participation of opposition members, Chairperson Gail Teixeira said yesterday.

A day after the committee moved to conclude its deliberations in the absence of opposition members, Teixeira said that there would be a special effort to finish work on the proposed legislation before returning it to the National Assembly for a vote next Monday after APNU representatives were not prepared for work last evening.

“Regrettably, the opposition was not ready and not prepared at that time, or as yet, to look at the bill and the work that had been done [on Tuesday] in relation to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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