EN PASSANT

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS - JM Bou­vier

for, mis­spent, or stolen and no one is held ac­count­able.

It is about time that some­thing is done as there was no ac­tion so far from our par­lia­men­tar­i­ans, di­rec­tors­gen­eral of the dif­fer­ent min­istries and other top of­fi­cials and ex­ec­u­tives of the SOEs.

Mak­wetu said that “the lev­els of ac­count­abil­ity in govern­ment is ex­tremely low and there are not suf­fi­cient con­se­quences for any­one in­volved”.

But to be hon­est, I am not hold­ing my breath that any­thing will hap­pen, as all the top in­ves­tiga­tive units, i.e. the Hawks, the Pub­lic Pro­tec­tor’s Of­fice and the NPA, are all heav­ily com­pro­mised – as we all see daily, splashed across elec­tronic and print me­dia.

Good in­ten­tions alone, with­out the will to pur­sue the thieves, won’t have any re­sults. Bryanston IT IS bet­ter to die poor know­ing you did ev­ery­thing

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