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Public's Views on the Prevention of Corruption Bill Sought

2011/09/04 08:53 AM

By: gop

The Parliamentary Joint Select Committee that is considering the Prevention of Corruption Bill, 2010 is seeking the views and comments of the general public.
The Bill is now available for public scrutiny at the Parliament Buildings, the Government Printing Department, Post Offices across the island and all Public Libraries It is also accessible online at http://www.barbadosparliament.com/, where individuals may also make their comments on the Barbados Parliament blog.

In addition, copies of the Bill are available at the following locations on weekdays: the Rices Resource Centre, Rices, St. Philip; Ellerton Community Centre, Ellerton, St. George; the Welfare Gall Hill Office, St. John; Deacons Resource Centre, Deacons, St. Michael; Parkinson Community Centre, The Pine, St. Michael; Weston Resource Centre, Weston, St. James; Grazettes Resource Centre, Grazettes, St. Michael; Speightstown Resource Centre; the Welfare Office, Belleplaine, St. Andrew; and the St. Elizabeth Resource Centre, St. Joseph.

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