No decision yet about integrity probe Curacao

POSTED: 02/1/12 12:41 PM

St. Maarten – Transparency International is still pondering its options for a so-called integrity investigation in Curacao. “We are currently considering the details of what this would involve. No formal decision has been made, but we should have it within the next few weeks,” Rosie Slater of the organization’s press office told this newspaper yesterday.
Alejandro Salas, the regional director for the Americas for Transparency International told this newspaper just before Christmas that one of the options is a National Integrity System Assessment, but that he was still investigating whether TI has the time and the resources to do the job.
The Schotte-government in Willemstad announced its plans to ask for an integrity-investigation by TI in a reaction to the Rosenmöller report that called for a Kingdom-level investigation into the government’s integrity.
Salas thought in December that he would have all his ducks in a row by the end of January, but it now turns out that the organization needs a little bit more time.

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