PUP’s submit statements of assets and liabilities to Integrity Commission

Posted: Monday, September 19, 2016. 11:54 a.m. CST.


By BBN Staff: Annually, elected officials of Belize are to submit a statement of assets and liabilities to the Integrity Commission, satisfying the requirements of the Prevention of Corruption in Public Life Act.

The 12 elected representatives and three senators representing the People’s United Party PUP today delivered theirs on National Service Day, the anniversary of the party’s paramount leader, George Cadle Price, passing on five years ago.

The Commission’s board of supervisors remains unappointed following trouble with certain provisions insisted on by international bodies targeting those referred to as PEP’s or politically exposed persons.


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