NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As Exumas and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper once again accused the Minnis administration of “breaking the law” with respect to the reporting requirements of the Fiscal Responsibility Act, Leader of Government Business in the House of Assembly Renward Wells assured that the government will comply before the end of this month.
Cooper said the government has a pattern of “saying one thing and doing something else”.
“We cannot listen to what they say,” he said in Parliament.
“We must watch, and watch carefully, what they do.
“They behave as if one set of rules applies to them and one set of rules applies to everyone else.