Parliamentary Questions: Commission Payments

June 22, 2019 | 7 Comments

Following a Parliamentary Question in the House of Assembly, Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert provided details about the $130,000 payments for the Efficiency Committee.

The question, from OBA MP Patricia Gordon Pamplin, asked for a “detailed breakdown of the $130,000 costs for the Efficiency Commission, specifying recipient, date of each instalment and the purpose for which the disbursements were made.”

The detailed costs and payments for the Efficiency Committee are as follows [PDF here]:

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  1. Dready says:

    This government loves giving to friends and family whilst everyone else is taxed to death to pay for it!
    25-11!

    • Ringmaster says:

      It’s called Reparations.

      • Joe Bloggs says:

        Yes, reparations for the slavery that began on the date Sir George arrived and only ended in 2009 under the PLP Government

        • Black Soil says:

          Bermuda, you get what you voted for…now stop complaining!!!…or DO something about it!!!!

  2. Question says:

    So Furbert gets paid an extra $5,000 a month to advise himself on ‘efficiency’. Couldn’t make this sh&t up could you.

  3. somuchless says:

    Flip flop. You need to stop.

  4. Bermy Greens says:

    Get used to it as long as this island votes for race this is what we get . Plain and simple can’t fix stupidity . I ain’t struggling but you are . That’s their motto now a days .

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