Local transparency group rebuffs Edghill criticism

-reiterates that Guyana’s poor corruption rating based on surveys by four reputable international bodies

The Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc (TIGI) has rebuffed an attack on it by Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Juan Edghill.

In Monday’s Kaieteur News, Edghill was quoted as describing TIGI as a “jaundice(d) and prejudice(d) group comprising well known public critics of the Government of Guyana and projects being executed under this Administration”. He went on to say that because of this TIGI’s reports will be similarly jaundiced and that worldwide corruption watchdog Transparency International’s reports which have put Guyana in the category of most corrupt are based on  “who …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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