Kathleen Wynne says the date hasn’t been set yet for an interview with police investigating bribery and corruption allegations over Sudbury’s by-election.

The premier says she hasn’t yet met with O-P-P investigators due to a `scheduling issue.’

Police are probing allegations that Liberal officials offered would-be candidate Andrew Olivier a job or appointment to step aside in favour of another candidate.

Audio recordings of the conversations in question were made public in January, prompting the police to reopen an investigation they had previously closed.

Wynne says there are ongoing conversations with the police about scheduling an interview with her, but `the date just hasn’t been set yet.’