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No minister at Stormont’s ‘Openness and Transparency from the Executive’ debate

The Assembly motion on Openness and Transparency from the Executive finished about a hour ago, and featured. Not one currently serving Minister was in attendance. That’s little short of contempt. Current debate at Stormont Openness and Transparency from the Executive has precisely ZERO @NIExecutive Ministers in attendance. pic.twitter.com/RyrNqqVCVw — Mick Fealty (@mickfealty) October 4, 2016 A point more.
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