Urling calls for transparent, accountable national leadership

Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) President Clinton Urling wants the country’s “national leaders and public officials” to be more transparent and accountable in the management of public and private sector organisations.

Addressing the Chamber’s Annual Awards Ceremony at the Pegasus Hotel on December 6, Urling declared that these virtues should be among “the highest priorities for our national leaders and public officials.” Transparency and accountability, Urling said, build trust with the public. “That trust is achieved by providing accurate and complete information on expenditure, projects and other transactions.”

Urling used his address to the Chamber forum to issue another call to government to take the initiative on the creation of a development bank to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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