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Fraser to question Premier during tomorrow’s HoA sitting

Representative for the Third District Hon Julian Fraser RA (right) will tomorrow April 17, 2014 pose a number of questions to Premier and Minister of Finance Dr the Hon D. Orlando Smith in the House of Assembly during the Sixth Sitting of the Third Session of the Second House of Assembly. Photo: VINO/File
Hon Fraser will also be asking the Premier to provide the House with Treasury Statements for the month of December 2013 and the months of January, February and March 2014. Photo: VINO/File
Hon Fraser will also be asking the Premier to provide the House with Treasury Statements for the month of December 2013 and the months of January, February and March 2014. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Representative for the Third District Hon Julian Fraser RA will tomorrow April 17, 2014 pose a number of questions to Premier and Minister of Finance Dr the Hon D. Orlando Smith in the House of Assembly during the Sixth Sitting of the Third Session of the Second House of Assembly.

This is according to the Order Paper for tomorrow’s sitting of the House of Assembly of the Virgin Islands.

Among the questions Hon Fraser will be posing will be those seeking information on the revenue and expenditure for the month of December 2013 and the months of January, February and March 2014 and asking the Hon Premier to say whether the Territory is on par with budget projections for 2014.

Hon Fraser will also ask for a comparison of those same figures for 2014 with those of 2013 and will ask that the Premier indicate where the revenues for 2014 were derived in dollar amount.

Hon Fraser will also be asking the Premier to provide the House with Treasury Statements for the month of December 2013 and the months of January, February and March 2014.

He will also be asking for a register of all revenue received from the Financial Services Commission indicating the dates those were received and individual amounts during the months of December 2013 and the months of January, February and March 2014 and a comparison of those figures with those of the same period last year.

15 Responses to “Fraser to question Premier during tomorrow’s HoA sitting”

  • wow (16/04/2014, 16:25) Like (7) Dislike (6) Reply
    hmmm i wonder what he is going to ask knowing him. he is only for himself, that's y the man sleeps in some of the meetings will not give him the opportunity to have his seat. and another thing Mr fahie is coming just like FRAZER. What a ting to tell the king.
    • grace (18/04/2014, 11:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      You know, if Fraser and his cronies gets back in office or becomes Premier, I hope the other party rags them and attack full force the way they have been doing to NDP. Also, Fraser thinks we have a short memory of their bullying tactics and that is why they were voted OUT! What goes around..............
  • Boo (16/04/2014, 18:14) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    Keep the pressure on 'em
  • wize up (16/04/2014, 18:38) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    the speaker of the house will fix fraser; he will not get to ask to much questions
  • lets face it (16/04/2014, 19:56) Like (12) Dislike (9) Reply
    JULAIN FRASER THE NEXT PREMIER
  • Kingfish (17/04/2014, 02:58) Like (6) Dislike (4) Reply

    The next Premier of where, Sea Cows Bay ?
  • Fraser and Kharid (17/04/2014, 09:25) Like (4) Dislike (5) Reply
    FRASER and the true FIRST LADY KHARID FRASER- we got your back all the way JULIAN- you are the only real leader of the Virgin Islands today with a real FIRST LADY in waiting- NDP MUST GO
  • bay yute (18/04/2014, 21:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Please note seriously; The people of the BVI who voted the NDP government into office are now receiving what they voted for. When the BVI voters want better government, they will vote into office a respected government that will represent them.
  • teacher john (18/04/2014, 21:29) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well, BVI, you get what you vote for. The NDP ran the economy into the ground from 2003-2007. Yet you missed the ill treatment so much you voted them in again in 2011 to perpetrate this outrageous and immoral act against the people. I'll be pulling my two shillings out of the BVI asap!


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