» Wednesday, July 21, 2004


Asked if the Prime Minister was working on the reshuffle today, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS0 said that it wasn’t our policy to respond to reshuffle questions. However, he was able to confirm that the Prime Minister was having a reasonably busy day today, as was usual on a Wednesday. Asked about the prospect of a reshuffle tomorrow, the PMOS pointed out that the Prime Minister would be holding his monthly press conference at 12.30pm. Put to him that the reshuffle could come after that, the PMOS cautioned journalists against getting too far ahead of themselves. We would deal with one section of the day at a time.

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