Integrity in Public Life Bill finally ready


One year after the Mia Mottley Government’s signature Integrity in Public Life Bill was sent to the Select Committee of Parliament to be fleshed out, Attorney General Dale Marshall has revealed that the long-awaited legislation will be ready for debate on December 17. In a press conference convened at Parliament this afternoon, Marshall revealed that […]

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