Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) resumes next Monday, its hearings into the financial affairs of the state-run Transport Board, as the committee’s Chairman, promises it will not just be another talk shop and could even lead to criminal charges if the evidence points to wrongdoing.

Opposition leader Bishop Joseph Atherley was speaking to Starcom Network News following the postponement of yesterday’s scheduled hearing due to the unavailability of some committee members,  including two who asked to be excused due to potential conflict of interest.

Bishop Atherley says he has serious concerns about the issues raised in the auditor general’s report and the committee is seeking answers from key people about what transpired.

The Opposition leader urges authorities to take action based on what’s found.

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