CALLS have been made for the wife of a republican who had assets frozen to clear her name before continuing to serve on her local District Policing Partnership.
Annette Hughes was named in a court order granted against her husband Sean, freezing several properties, proceeds of property deals and bank accounts.
She was named in the order as being the co-owner of the properties.
The DUP chair of the DPP said it would be wrong for her to continue under the present circumstances.
William Burns, who took up the post this week, said he believed SOCA were acting on reliable information.
"They wouldn't have gone down this road unless acting with some clear knowledge so I expect the Policing Board to take action quite soon."
Earlier a row flared when Sinn Fein minister Conor Murphy defended the alleged IRA leader accused of money laundering.
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