An AM has accused the Welsh government of a cover up if it does not make a statement responding to the inquiry into race equality charity Awema before the end of July.
Plaid Cymru's Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM was speaking during questions to Leader of the House Jane Hutt on 12 June 2012.
Awema was wound up in March after its public funding was withdrawn following claims of financial mismanagement.
Mr Thomas told AMs: "You have to accept that if there is no statement by the end of this term, and there is only a month left of this term, that it will be seen as nothing less than a cover up."
Leader of the House, Jane Hutt, responded by pointing out that the government were "in the hands" of the Wales Audit Office.
The Wales Audit Office is currently carrying out a full audit of all of Awema's spending on behalf of the Welsh government.
Ms Hutt told AMs: "I am concerned as other members are that we do get sight of that report and that we can fully respond to it in due course."
Jane Hutt also answered questions from AMs on the ambulance service in Wales, encouraging cervical cancer screening and celebrating Father's Day in Wales.
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