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Crimes bill to get more time

Tuesday 28 November 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Crimes bill to get more time
Suavely-dressed Internal Aff airs minister Albert Nicholas was all smiles before the opening session of the fi nal parliamentary sitting of the year yesterday. Behind him is Finance minister Mark Brown. 17112720

The Crimes Bill 2017 select committee yesterday received an indefinite period of time to finish their consultation and report back to the parliament the views of the public on the all-important bill.

The Crimes Bill 2017 select committee yesterday received an indefinite period of time to finish their consultation and report back to the parliament the views of the public on the all-important bill.


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