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The Director of Public Prosecutions advices government not to make public the Clico report as yet.

The Director of Public Prosecutions advices government not to make public the Clico report as yet.

Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, Stuart Young

Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, Stuart Young

Government is being advised not to make public as yet the report from the Sir Anthony Coleman Commission of Inquiry into the collapse of Clico.

The request comes from the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, Stuart Young made the revelation at this afternoon.

He was speaking at the Speaking at the weekly post cabinet media briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister, St Clair.

In the House of Representatives earlier this month Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, explain that the report contain serious allegations of wrong doing and it will be irresponsible to  put in the public domain such sensitive information.

Minister Young confirmed that the Clico issue is still being probed by the Office of the DPP.

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    Stirling Wellington 2 years

    No prosecution by the Director of Public Prosecutions after five years?

    Either this man is a eunuch or is in bed with the bad guys.