Published On: Tue, Aug 28th, 2012

First phase Transparency International (TI)-research

WILLEMSTAD – Transparency International (TI), the analysis firm that performs an integrity research in Curaçao, has launched the first phase of the research. Representatives of TI will be from 3 to 7 september in Curaçao to take polls with the local research team.

The analysis bureau will run a National Integrity System assessment research on Curaçao. That what the Agency announced and they stated that they already applied researches in hundreds of countries since 2001.

Demissionary Prime Minister Gerrit Schotte has requested the research to appease the concerns surrounding the screening of his Cabinet. Various pressure groups on the island demanded, for some time now, a new screening and various documents about the screening that were performed and in recent time leaked out. Also the Parliament in the Netherlands is concerned about the integrity of the Government in Curaçao, but demissionary Minister Liesbeth Spies (Kingdom Relations) wants to wait for the TI-research results.

At the research the company will have conversations with the most important persons of the Government, society and the private sector in Curaçao. They will observe the internal corruption risks in these areas and the dedication to the fight against corruption in the society.

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