• Governance in Public Office

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) has observed with concern, the unfolding series of events surrounding claims of sexual harassment and wrongful termination involving a former Minister of Sport and his personal assistant. From the information available in the public domain, it appears that from the start the decision-making in this very serious issue involved […]

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  • Deadline to Legislation to Combat Corruption

    It has been reported in media and other forums that Campaign Finance Legislation will be implemented by end 2019. This legislation is a major requirement in the fight against corruption requiring accountability and disclosure of contributions to political parties and individuals.

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  • Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America & Caribbean

    The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America & Caribbean survey released today by Transparency International, reveals that despite attempts to combat corruption around the world, more than half of all people in 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries think corruption is getting worse in their country and that governments are not doing enough to […]

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  • Release the Information

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) strongly supports the call of Justice Seepersad for the Colman Commission of Inquiry to be made public in the case of Afra Raymond v The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance CV2018-04403. According to newspaper articles, the Report was sealed and sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions […]

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  • E-news Brief, Issue 15, Jul 2019

    Americas Regional Meeting Transparency International (TI) is presently engaging in a governance review process and as part of Phase ll, TTTI participated in The Americas Regional Meeting from May 19 – 21, 2019 in Panama. The meeting was hosted by TI and comprised of thirty-five (35) regional representatives. Over the three days discussions focused on […]

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  • Legislation to combat corruption

    After approximately two and a half years, the Civil Asset Recovery and Management and Unexplained Wealth Bill, 2019 was eventually passed in both Houses of Parliament on April 16th and assented to on April 23rd, 2019. This Bill was introduced in the House of Representatives on March 22nd 2019, by the Attorney General, the Honourable […]

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