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Policy costings done but MFEM will not release them

Saturday 28 June 2014 | Published in Politics

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Policy costings done but MFEM will not release them
It's up to the voters to decide whether any of the promises being made by parties in the upcoming election are “pork barrel politics”, but the message is coming through loud and clear at the CINews office that people want to know not only what they are voting for, but also how much it is going to cost, and where the money is coming from. If the parties don't believe the MFEM costings then they should make their own costings available – that's presuming they've actually done them! Meantime, all these little porkers have to worry about is making it through to Christmas! 14062601

A qualified assessment on what party election promises will cost has been completed by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM) – but voters will not know what they are unless the individual parties decide to make them public.

A qualified assessment on what party election promises will cost has been completed by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM) – but voters will not know what they are unless the individual parties decide to make them public.


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