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  Reply # 2081003 29-Aug-2018 18:49
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GV27: We have already seen how the Government is prepared to bend statements for their benefit, like the CMDHB funding issues which went very quiet very abruptly.

 

Not relevant to this thread, but from what I gather the amount of long term building neglect wasn't forthcoming till late. Back to the thread, dont see what you mean. Ive suggested the media has seemed to have dropped this topic, no mention of it being dropped by any political party.


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  Reply # 2081087 29-Aug-2018 20:20
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GV27: We have already seen how the Government is prepared to bend statements for their benefit, like the CMDHB funding issues which went very quiet very abruptly.

 

Not relevant to this thread, but from what I gather the amount of long term building neglect wasn't forthcoming till late. Back to the thread, dont see what you mean. Ive suggested the media has seemed to have dropped this topic, no mention of it being dropped by any political party.

 

 

Oh, sorry, I think I broadly was echoing what you're saying. 


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