Parliamentary committees have some chutzpah

While the influence of Cabinet committees has arguably shrunk since the 1980s, the influence and visibility of Parliamentary committees has grown dramatically. They have become more aggressive in exposing malfeasance in public administration and shaping p

By Nelson Wiseman

PUBLISHED : Monday, Oct. 15, 2007 4:00 AM

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