GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CMC) – More than 18,000 voters in the Cayman Islands are are going to the polls today to elect a new government with political observers pointing to the possibility of a coalition administration emerging after the ballots are counted.
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The government today tabled the supplementary estimate for 2012/2013 showing nearly $10 billion in cuts in spending.
The budget, which was passed last May, totaled $612.4 billion, but the cuts in the supplementary estimate have reduced that figure to $602.5 billion.
The cuts are comprised of $7 billon in housekeeping expenditure and $2.8 billion in capital expenditure.
The Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) will review the estimates Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
They will be debated in the House next Tuesday.
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