Governor gets final report on possible Turks government corruption
The long awaited final report of the Commission of Inquiry into possible government corruption and other serious dishonesty in the Turks and Caicos Islands has been handed over to Governor Gordon Wetherell.
The report is expected to recommend partial suspension of the TCI Constitution, as well as reforms to address systemic weaknesses in legislation, regulation and administration that have given rise to endemic corruption in the Islands.
Its also expected to indicate which individuals will likely face criminal investigation and prosecution for involvement in the corruption.
The UK appointed Commission of Inquiry should have submitted its preliminary findings late February, having completed its hearings into allegations against the Michael Misick administration on February 11.