Saint Lucia Officials Face Fine, Jail For Failing To File Assets With Integrity Commission

Press Release:-  The Office of the Integrity Commission remind persons’ in public life that according to section 12(1) of the Integrity in Public Life Cap. 1.19 of the Revised Edition of the Laws of Saint Lucia, the Integrity Commission finds it necessary to remind all officials who have not filed declarations for the year ended December 31st 2018, to do so immediately.

The Act requires that each person in public life file with the Integrity Commission, a declaration of income, assets and liabilities for the year ending December 31st of each year.

“Financial year” means any period of 12 months beginning on 1 January in any year.

According to the Act, where a person fails to file a declaration, “the Commission shall publish the fact in the Gazette and send a report of the Director of Public Prosecution for further action.”

The Act prescribes fines of up to $50,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or both for offences, such as failure to file a declaration.

The office has hereby extended the time for filing before 31st May 2019.

5 COMMENTS

  1. That is the biggest JOKE I have ever heard in my life . Minister has lied to the Taiwanese to get money under false pretense, nothing was done, garbage trucks were purchased and handed to brother, nothing was done. So what will the commission do?
    I feel ashame for the person who put out this press release.

  2. That is surely a joke… For decades only a small percentage of public officers file the necessary statements… All talk.. Let us see action and let us see if the Commission has spurs.
    Waiting……………

  3. So what about Allen and Guy ??? Better yet The commission should subpoena Allen Taxes I strongly recommend the years 2009 thru 2019. Guy from the day he enter public office UNTIL NOW.

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