Don’t Tell Taxpayers

The foreign ministry told staff to stress “prudent financial management” even as it concealed records on expensive real estate holdings from taxpayers, records show. Documents obtained by Blacklock’s indicate the Department of Foreign Affairs went to intricate lengths to justify its realty portfolio, even hiding details from the public and media after it was ordered to cut back on spending.

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