Opposition parties want integrity research Central Bank
WILLEMSTAD - The opposing factions in parliament, MFK and MAN have requested a public meeting to instruct the government to carry out a research on the integrity of the management of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (CBCS).
The request of the two factions follows a public meeting of parliament, which was held last week to discuss the report presented by PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory on the CBCS. In this report, the PwC recommended to carry out integrity tests.
“The researchers now recommend to immediately investigate expressions of serious allegations against individual members of the governing bodies of the Bank. The researchers furthermore recommend having an integrity test as a standard part of the selection process in the appointment and reappointment of members of the governing bodies of the Bank.”
The integrity research should focus on members of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board of the CBCS. The factions of both the MAN and MFK party now want a public meeting on this subject, in which parliament will have to decide on this subject.