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Acquiescence in silence by Dunne.

Filed under: Child Support,General,Law & Courts — Downunder @ 12:10 am Thu 7th September 2006

Bevan Berg
PO Box 2601,
Shortland St,

17 August 2006

Minister for Revenue
Parliament Buildings

Dear Sir,

Further to my complaint 2 August and your reply 8 August.

As you are aware I am in possession of two unauthorised documents produced without the authority of the Commissioner of Inland Revenue.

Having referred this matter to the Auckland CIB, I am advised that IRD has accepted responsibility for these documents.

Your response to my complaint has been to refer the complaint to Inland Revenue, and I have today been contacted by an IRD staff member to discuss this complaint, which I do not intend to do.

I understood that you were the Minister of Revenue in the current administration, and as such you would require an explanation for the unauthorised use of documents.

It would appear to me that you are a pretend minister, and simply referring the matter to the Inland Revenue is highly irregular. It would be adequately explained should the real revenue minister be a member of the cabinet and not yourself.

Firstly, perhaps you would advise whether you are in a position to investigate this matter or not?

Secondly, are you the minister for Revenue or are you a pretend Minister in a
Gimcrack Government?

Bevan Berg
NZ Republicans.

I will take the absence of your answer to indicate that you are a pretend Minister in a Gimcrack Government?

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