Guyana: Policy needed on ministers owning companies – TIGI Head

A policy insisting that ministers declare ownership of private companies here, and outlining how government would address such issues, needs to be created in the interest of transparency, head of the Transparency Institute Guyana Inc. (TIGI), Troy Thomas says.

“When you move into public life, especially with something like heading a ministry, I think it should come with some recognition of rules. You have to choose; if you are a private business owner, be a private business owner or stay in government. It cannot be both,” Thomas told Stabroek News.



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