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While the media had Minister Boots in front of the cameras he was also asked about the decision by Cabinet to monitor Ministers like him and political agents who were issuing recommendation letters for visa applicants. The question: why did the Cabinet feel it necessary to take this measure has yet to be answered by any members of Cabinet, even by Prime Minister Dean Barrow. Today Boots used the usual line that Cabinet matters are classified, to avoid providing answers.


Screen_Shot_2017-06-28_at_8.02.41_PMAnthony “Boots” Martinez, Minister of Human Development


“I am not…Cabinet is confidential and so I will not divulge no Cabinet information, I am not entitled to do that and I will not confirm or deny Cabinet is confidential so I will not confirm or deny that is not a discussion that we should have.”

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