British anti-corruption advisor heading UN crime office here

In keeping with a proposal made in 2015, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has appointed a UN prosecutor to deal with corruption matters in Guyana but the details of his work have not been made public.

“UNODC has delivered on the promise and Mr. David Robinson, former UK British Prosecutor, has been appointed to head our UNODC Office in Guyana, reporting to the UNODC Regional Office in Panama,” UNODC Regional representative Amado Philip de Andres told Stabroek News recently.

The Ministry of Legal Affairs had announced Robinson’s presence in Guyana in a statement on September 10 but did not mention that his arrival here was as a result of a proposal made in 2015…..