The Equalities Minster told AMs in the chamber on 8 February 2012 that she was "unable to say anything further over the Awema report today".
Jane Hutt AM explained that: "Tomorrow I will lay in the national assembly a copy of the Welsh government's report and make a written statement about Awema funding.
"My statement will set out the approach that will be taken to review the history of funding for Awema."
She made the announcement following an urgent question by the opposition leader Andrew RT Davies AM on the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association.
Mr Davies asked the minister to explain why no action was taken by the Welsh government following recommendations in the 2004 report into Awema, to suspend all funding to the body until significant improvements in performance management had been made.
He described the minister's response as "slightly unfortunate especially as the question is about the 2004 report".
The Welsh government announced last month it was suspending all public funding to Awema because of the concerns raised about the actions of chief executive Naz Malik and others within the organisation.
Opposition politicians have said that the report, which was found in the assembly's library by the Liberal Democrats, is evidence that the Welsh government had ignored warnings about the organisation.
A motion to appoint auditors to the accounts of the Auditor General for Wales was agreed.
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