Tag: Commission for Standards of Public Life

Ethics body sought meeting with governor

Ethics body sought meeting with governor

| 10/07/2018 | 26 Comments
(CNS): With no sign of a start date for the Standards in Public Life Law, which remains the unfulfilled commitment to keep politicians and senior public servants honest, the commission established under the Constitution to keep an eye on the morals and integrity of government had sought a meeting wi [...]

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Revised public ethics law still in limbo

Revised public ethics law still in limbo

| 19/03/2018 | 12 Comments
(CNS): Some four years after the original legislation was passed and almost two years after a revised version was steered through the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly, the Standards in Public Life Law has still not been implemented. Acting Deputy Governor Gloria McField-Nixon told the LA last we [...]

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Public ethics law still on back burner

Public ethics law still on back burner

| 31/10/2016 | 10 Comments
(CNS): The revised Standards in Public Life Law that was passed in May, almost three years after the original legislation was steered through the Legislative Assembly, has still not been implemented and government officials say there is no date set for the law to come into effect. But according to t [...]

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