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28 June 2019, St George’s:  The High Court in St George’s, Grenada, on Friday dismissed all claims brought against the Integrity Commission in the Sandiford Ruel Edwards vs the Integrity Commission case. High Court Judge, His Lordship Godfrey Smith, handed down his judgment giving victory to the Commission, and dismissing…
Four days of intense training hosted by the Integrity Commission at the Kirani James Athletic Stadium in Grenada, ended last week Thursday with presentation of certificates to the participants. The training was the third in the annual “Virtual Centre of Excellence Series - Senior Leadership and Management Training Programme”, which…
The Organization of American States (OAS) Anti-corruption Mechanism for Follow-Up on the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention Against Corruption (MESICIC) has released its report on Antigua and Barbuda, calling for improvements to be made to the Integrity Commission.   The officials at the Integrity Commission have been complaining about the…
The Government of Grenada is being encouraged to forge ahead with anti-corruption efforts, especially since the country’s Integrity Commission is being hailed as a best practice.   Meeting with Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell on Wednesday,   Dr. Roger Koranteng of the Commonwealth Secretariat commended the anti-corruption…
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The purpose of the Commission, in accordance with the Integrity in Public Life Act No.24 of 2013, is to improve governance through ensuring integrity in public life, to obtain declarations of assets, liabilities, income and interests in relation to persons in public life and to give effect to the provisions of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption, to which Grenada is a signatory.


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