» Monday, December 6, 2004


Asked why the situation regarding organised crime had taken "so long", the PMOS replied that he thought the question was an unfair analysis. Tomorrow, there was a second reading of the SOCA Bill, and from all these things, people learnt from experience. It did take a process of evaluation, and looking at what worked and what did not. For example, the United States used the process of constant adaptation, and looking at where they went next.

Asked about the spread of various organised crime gangs related to migration, the PMOS replied it was a mistake to point to one issue at the heart of the organised crime problem; it was multi-faceted. The important question was how the problems were addressed, which was what we were doing.

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