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PLP seeking answers from Premier’s address

The Progressive Labour Party says it is hoping for answers about key issues such as Jetgate from Premier Michael Dunkley's national address tomorrow.

The party said it had “heard many promises, but seen little progress, and seen less openness and accountability” since Mr Dunkley's elevation to Premier.

A statement said: “Perhaps the public will be treated to answers on Jetgate — the very issue that allowed Premier Dunkley's ascension to the top position.

“Perhaps the public will be informed of the whereabouts of the $350,000 that was given to the OBA by a casino developer.

“Perhaps this broadcast will shed light on the loss of the Par-la-Ville parking lot to foreign interests.

“Perhaps this broadcast will be the moment when the OBA stops blaming unemployed Bermudians for being out of work and unveils a real plan to create good paying jobs for Bermudians.”

Mr Dunkley's address will be broadcast on local news channels and on The Royal Gazette's website at 6.50pm tomorrow.

For the PLP's full statement, see under Related Media.

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Published April 26, 2015 at 11:08 pm (Updated April 26, 2015 at 11:08 pm)

PLP seeking answers from Premier’s address

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