‘Integrity Chair should recuse himself’

Chairman of the Integrity Commission Radford Hill is being called on to recuse himself from the commission’s investigations into a land deal in which he involved as an attorney. The transaction involves the son of the Prime Minister.

The central question of this discussion was whether the Integrity Commission’s performance is acceptable and if not, how it could be improved. Our guests are:

  1. President of the Transparency Institute of Guyana, Dr Troy Thomas (joining us from Guyana).
  2. General Secretary of the Free and Fair Elections League, George Rick James.

 

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