Posted: Thursday, December 7, 2017. 6:36 p.m. CST.
By BBN Staff: For the last year or so, Wednesdays in the jewel have been marked by melodramatic testimonies and narratives or corruption or questionable transactions in the Immigration Department.
Belizeans across the nation would tune in with their popcorn in hand and kool-aid in cup.
However, a void has now been created because the Senate Select Committee has reached the end of its sessions.
The last to have appeared before the committee was Auditor General, Dorothy Bradley, who appeared on Wednesday and who was the architect of an audit that brought the administration of Prime Minister Dean
Barrow to its knees.
Barrow had previously indicated that there would not have been more resources allocated to the hearings beyond November while the opposition had suspected that Barrow wanted to stop the political hemorrhaging before the 2018 municipal elections.
Early next year the committee is to produce a report of all the sessions held in hopes of strengthening the weaknesses solidifying the Immigration Department.
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