In breaking news:
Inquiry to be held into Saudi sheep deal
The controversial deal that saw $11.5 million of taxpayer money on a Saudi farm is to be examined by the Auditor-General.
Lyn Provost has announced she will carry out an inquiry into the expenditure of public money on the Saudi Arabia Food Security Partnership.
Mrs Provost received several requests, including from members of Parliament, the New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union, and in a petition from over 10,000 New Zealanders, to inquire into aspects of the deal.
Good. Of course, no matter what the outcome Key will keep telling us that everything is Labour’s fault.
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