The Integrity Commission is an independent body established by the Integrity in Public Life Act (Act No.24 of 2013), which authorizes the Commission to oversee the provisions of the Integrity in Public Life Act and the Prevention of Corruption Act.
The Integrity in Public Life Act became effective October 03, 2013.
The Commission comprises of seven persons:
a Chairperson, a Deputy Chairperson and five other members. Members are appointed for a period not exceeding three years and are eligible for re-appointment.
The Commission is constituted as follows:
- A Chairperson, who shall be a retired Judge, an attorney-at-law of at least fifteen years standing, or a citizen of Grenada who is a person of good standing in the community;
- A certified or chartered accountant;
- An attorney-at-law of at least seven years standing;
- One person appointed on the recommendation of the Prime Minister;
- One person appointed on the recommendation of the Leader of the Opposition;
- Two persons appointed after consultations by the Governor General with faith-based organizations.