16 August, 2010


We continue to look at Kate Sullivan's initial recommendations for Changes to Constitutional and Electoral Arrangements in the Turks and Caicos Islands.  You can download and read them by clicking on the link above.  I continue at paragraph [12] of the paper I originally sent to the Editors of the TCI Journal:
[12]      Recommendation 8 was like a breath of fresh air.  It provides for local supervision of the political directorate, and is entirely commendable.  She is proposing that a minister can be removed from the ministry if the Integrity Commission finds that he or she has breached the Code of Conduct for persons in public life or that the minister has failed to comply with the registration of interests requirements on two separate occasions. 
This is exactly the sort of development that we should be looking for if we are to see local institutions taking control of good governance issues.
To be continued …
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