Please see attached a Joint Media statement from Mr Afra Raymond (www.afraraymond.net), Mr David Walker and myself Rishi Maharaj (CEO Disclosure Today). “The more you know, the more you know you don’t know.” This quote seems to epitomize the current scenario the country is facing regarding the CL Financial fiasco. Over the past eight and a half years each of us in our own capacity have made several requests for financial information regarding the bailout.
Additionally The Prime Minister’s recent statement on the CLF legal actions also raises some interesting questions. There now seem to be more questions than answers after the Prime Minister’s statement but at least we have made a start.
It is therefore our view that in the best interests of protecting taxpayers, it is clear that the government should immediately lift the veil that they erected and be open with the public.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
One thought on “Joint Media Statement on the lack of Transparency in the CL Financial Bailout”
How on God’s green earth could these governments not know what was going on when they were the ones in charge????Well the Pandora’s box has been opened by none other than the PM himself.The move on the part of the Policy Holders Users /Shareholders Group to install 2 members on the board may have been serendipitous.