Attorney-General defends NICIL’s accountability
-says lack of transparency is a “myth”
Attorney-General Anil Nandlall on Wednesday rejected as “myth,” charges that there is no transparency in the operations of the state holding company, NICIL, and said that transactions up to 2011 are being compiled.
The compilation of these transactions will see the populace being informed, he said during Wednesday’s evening installment of NCN’s series of debates on corruption. On the program, chartered accountant, Christopher Ram and government officials engaged in fiery exchanges as they focused on the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NCIL). The debate focused on the functions of the government holding company and the manner in which properties were sold to investors. The panelists included Nandlall, Housing Minister, Irfaan Ali, and NICIL’s deputy head, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.