OAS committee lays out suggestions to fortify DPP in corruption fight

The Organisation of American States (OAS) committee which analysed Guyana’s fight against corruption has made a series of proposals for bolstering the DPP’s office including strengthening the ability of officers to prosecute fraud.

During a visit to Guyana in October last year, the committee which monitors the progress of member countries in implementing the Inter-American Convention Against Corruption, met DPP Head Shalimar Ali-Hack and other oversight bodies.

In its report presented in Washington last week, the Committee after considering the input of the Director of Public Prosecutions,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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