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"In relation to that aspect of your presentation if you return there I'm going to bring your presentation to a close," Tavares-Finson responded.
Still defiant, Brown said: "Mr President I don't need to engage you on this because more will come out later on." The issue of relevance was again raised when Brown asked whether any of the 8 billion being transferred from the Petro Caribe Fund to the Consolidated Fund would be spent to upgrade the consular service.
Brown's comment about Miller, and his insistence on going down a certain path during the debate on Friday on the Act to Amend the Petroleum Act, led to Senate President Tom Tavares-Finson eventually ruling that Brown could take no further part in the debate. The Petroleum Act was amended to allow for the transfer of J8 billion from the Petro Caribe Fund to the Consolidated Fund.
It was previously passed in the House of Representatives.
He said the Opposition was not opposed to the transfer of the 8 billion from the Petro Caribe Fund to the Consolidated Fund, rather he said it was concerned about how well the money will be spent Brown noted that the Member of Parliament for North Clarendon, Horace Dalley, during the House debate on the bill had asked the Energy Minister Fayval Williams whether any funds (0 million) were sent to the CMU from the Petro Caribe Fund.
At this point, Opposition Senator KD Knight told Tavares-Finson that Brown should be allowed to continue in the public interest but the president would not budge on what should be addressed in the debate to which Brown responded: "My freedom of speech is not going to be muzzled." At one stage Brown said it was his purpose to clear Miller's name.Opposition Senator Lambert Brown has said household helper Doreen Miller, who has found herself at the centre of the scandal involving the former Minister of Education, Ruel Reid, has declared that she did not receive any of the nearly million found in an account bearing her name.That, and other matters involving Reid and activities at the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) over which the Ministry of Education has oversight responsibility, are now part of several investigations.Brown started out by stating that: "The public is aware of strange payments through the CMU to a so-called household helper of the then Minister Ruel Reid.
The opposition Senator said he had used the word 'so-called' deliberately.Brown then warned that "this money could go down the drain because I have seen two ministers separated for at least mismanagement and based on what some people are saying inside the parliamentary chamber at least one could very well..." The Opposition senator did not finish the statement as he could be heard responding to a colleague telling him to be careful by asking "careful of what?