No insuperable barriers to procurement commission –Ramkarran

There are no insuperable obstacles to the establishment of the Public Procurement Commission and government needs to understand that because of its minority status in the National Assembly, it has lost its capacity to have a majority on the Commission, says former House Speaker, Ralph Ramkarran.

“Tackling corruption is in the government’s interest and it does not matter that it would not have the majority on the Commission, unless it has a wish to protect special interests, which will defeat the objective of the Commission,”  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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