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No decision yet again from the legislative committee deciding the future of B.C. Auditor-General John Doyle.
The all-party committee has met for a second time this week, and it will do so again on Tuesday.
NDP committee member Kathy Corrigan can't comment on much because it's in-camera.
"I'd love to talk about it many different ways, but we'll be continuing our work on Tuesday."
To much opposition, the committee said earlier this month it would not re-hire Doyle, who has fiercely criticized the current government.
But this week, Premier Christy Clark said she'd like Doyle to remain on the job for another two years.
She also announced a proposed law to limit the AG to only a single term of eight years, instead of six.
The committee must decide by Jan. 28.