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Bermuda: Public access to information

The Limey‘s appeal to the Bermuda government to reveal the cost of the Tourism Minister's stay at a seven-star hotel in Dubai continues to be ignored. “It was an interesting exercise, not for what it revealed about the Minister’s expenses, but for what it revealed about the Government’s attitude to public scrutiny,” says the Limey, who also notes that a 2003 pledge by the government to introduce Public Access to Information legislation has not been acted on.

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