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Eight Parliamentarians Now Under Investigation For Illicit Enrichment | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Eight parliamentarians now under investigation for illicit enrichment

By Kimone Witter
   
The Integrity Commission says an additional two lawmakers are under investigation for illicit enrichment.
 
The information is outlined in its 2023/2024 annual report tabled in Parliament on Tuesday.
 
The Commission says these referrals have no bearing on the six parliamentarians referred for investigation in the previous reporting years 2022/2023.
 
The Integrity Commission says when the two reporting periods are taken together, this therefore means that an aggregate of eight parliamentarians have been referred to its Investigation Division for Illicit Enrichment over the period April 2022 to March 2024.
 
The Commission says it has made no comment on the status of any investigation that may be related to any specific Illicit Enrichment Referral as it has no power in law to do so.
 
The Commission has been criticised for its failure to provide further information on the six parliamentarians under investigation for illicit enrichment.
 
Commenting further in the latest report, chairman Justice Seymour Panton said the agency has no control over the complaints and allegations it receives.
 
Justice Panton says the Commission must investigate them and make a note of the fact of the receipt and the investigation in the Annual Report.
 
Noting that the police receive numerous complaints and allegations of various crimes that, when investigated, are found to be without merit, Justice Panton said so does the Integrity Commission which has no control over speculations, rumours or mischiefmaking in the society.
 
Meanwhile, two public officials are being investigated for allegations of illicit enrichment.
 
In its annual report last year, the Commission had said there were 28 public officials under investigation for that offence.
 
Three parliamentarians are also being investigated for providing false information to the anti-corruption body, while four public officials are under investigation for the same offence.
 
 
                                
 


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