While the Opposition Leader could not produce evidence of ministerial participation in drug planes, he did present a list of pending reports from the Government of Belize. Among those is the Senate Inquiry Report which dealt with the selling of visas and passports.
Hon. John Briceno, Opposition Leader: “I could give you a long list of what we’re waiting from the government. I mean just in December the Chamber of Commerce wrote the Prime Minister under the Freedom of Information Act asking them for copies of the contract – the Coastal Road and how it was given and the full works and the Prime Minister says he’s going to give them in due course. What is due course ? Just go to the office and tell them to hand over the files there’s nothing there to hide. It’s two years now that we’re waiting for Senator Aldo Salazar to come up with that report, he even had an assistant I think it was attorney McSweeny that was helping him to be able to put this thing together but they have no interest. Remember in 2016 the Prime Minister said he did an internal audit on the Ministry of Lands the $70 million that was paid out in compensation, we can’t get it.”