Navajo ethics office still reviewing nepotism charges
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MONDAY, JUNE 9, 2003

The Navajo Nation Ethics and Rules Office continues to review allegations of nepotism against President Joe Shirley Jr. and Vice President Frank Dayish Jr.

A Navajo Nation council committee started to investigate the charges but turned them over to the office instead. The office has until June 20 to decide whether to dismiss the allegations or recommend charges against Shirley or Dayish.

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Nepotism allegations held up by Ethics and Rules Office (The Farmington Daily Times 6/9)

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