Today’s PAC Meeting Postponed Until April 27th

April 21, 2016

The Public Accounts Committee meeting that was scheduled to take place at 2.30pm today [April 21] has been postponed until next week.

A spokesperson said, “Please be advised that due to the funeral for the late Hon. Dr. Clarence James this afternoon, the Public Hearing that had been scheduled for today at 2:30pm in the Senate Chamber by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Public Accounts has now been rescheduled to Wednesday, 27th April 2016 at 2:30pm in the Senate Chamber at the Cabinet Building on Front Street.

“Please accept our apologies for this late notice.

“The Public Accounts Committee is comprised of Members of Parliament and is authorized by the House of Assembly to closely examine and report on matters relating to the accounts of the Government of Bermuda and, in particular, to investigate findings reported by the Auditor General in the Auditor’s Annual and other Special Reports.

“The current Chairman of the Committee is Mr. E. David Burt, JP, MP.

“Members of the public are invited to attend and observe the hearing to be held in The Senate Chamber at the Cabinet Building on Front Street, Hamilton.”

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  1. Tolerate says:

    First my condolences to the family of the late Hon. Dr. Clarence James; may he rest in peace.
    Now as a query; and I understanding that with such events such as death, timing is not dictated; BUT WHY THE HELL COULD NOT THE LAST MEETING BE POSTPONED???
    You know the HIGHLY publicized one in the media accompanied by a picture; which by the way was STILL called even after representatives excused themselves????
    Damn politicks….
    SMH

  2. average Bermudian says:

    fey ?

  3. aceboy says:

    Another meeting about the airport….yawn.

    Let’s hear more about Port Royal, the Court Building, TCD, The Wharf etc etc. Those have actually happened.

    Mr. Chairman, you need to step down and stop funneling the agenda of these meetings away from the topics we want answers about.