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Premier meeting recap

Premier McKeeva Bush and his government pins its hopes on fee hikes to get a UK approved budget.

The premier addressed the nation Wednesday night -the first time in the public eye since dropping the controversial community enhancement fee.

Opposition sceptical

In the audience at Wednesday nights meeting was Opposition Leader, Hon. Alden McLaughlin. He says he came to hear what the new proposed revenue measures are and is shocked by what he heard.

“Either we’ve never had a crisis or the premier is not telling us the full story,” Mr. McLaughlin said.

Generation Now group to debate crisis

The Generation Now group is holding a debate on the budget crisis Thursday night with a panel discussion. Organiser Marco Archer says he hopes this debate will inform the public of what is to come in terms of the budget crisis.

Cayman 27’s Tammi Sulliman and intern Kelley Smith reports.

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