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Wednesday, 08 June 2016 14:23

Abdulah: Parliament should have been involved in HSF withdrawal

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The Leader of the Movement for Social Justice says he would have ideally preferred Parliament's involvement in the decision to withdraw $2.5 billion from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund.

Mr. David Abdulah said: "Those funds belong to all of us, they are the savings of the entire country and I think the appropriate way would have been to have come to Parliament and make a clear statement as to the amount and why that size of the amount."

He also said there are other methods of raising capital finance to repay workers' back pay - one of which is tax collection.



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