Finance Minister Colm Imbert says he hopes misinformation about the Galleons Passage will finally be put to rest.
Today Minister Imbert laid all documents in the Parliament related to the acquisition of the vessel.
It comes just days after the Opposition moved a motion demanding all the information.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is once again hitting back at economists.
Speaking at a PNM rally last evening in Barataria, Minister Imbert says the government has collected more money in tax than initially projected but the economists are not accepting the figures.
Last month, Minister Imbert criticised five economists saying they were unfair and biased when commenting on how the government is managing the economy.
And on the energy front, the Finance Minister says that while gas production is up, the government is yet to see the returns.
The Government will go to the court to seek an interpretation of the law with regards to the decision by the Lakshmi Girls' Hindu School to ask a Muslim on-the-job trainee teacher to remove her hijab when she turned up for employment there.
Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert and Minister of Education Anthony Garcia both confirmed that Attorney General Faris Al Rawi will take the matter to court.
Minister Garcia said his ministry has already received a report from the principal of the school.