The Saskatchewan NDP says the Sask. Party is trying to get to election day without revealing the facts on Brad Wall’s Global Transportation Hub (GTH) land scandal – which they refer to as “a cover-up.”
Deputy leader Trent Wotherspoon told media Saturday afternoon Wall signed an order “on a piece of land that was worth a fraction of the price he paid.”
The NDP reiterates the GTH deal was sketchy.
Wotherspoon referred to a late-hour news conference where Jason Dearborn announced he is running as an independant in the upcoming election, using the GTH land deal as a platform-issue.
“Everyone knows this land deal stinks,” said Wotherspoon. “Brad Wall’s attempts to evade accountability makes the stench even worse.”