Sunday, 9 November 2008 2:54 PM

The commission of inquiries: the outcomes

Setting up of such tasks/bodies becomes an expensive and unaccountable exercise to which the outcome sometimes does not matter, because it lacks objectivity. As recently revealed by the OAG report the exercise as otherwise is a financial gain rather than a solution.

Even past inquiries were left attended because of its sensitivity in nature. Perhaps we'll expect more of such inquiries, the big one probably the RIPEL saga sooner.

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