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Capi expresses concern for integrity of traffic amnesty system



CITIZENS ACTION FOR PRINCIPLE AND INTEGRITY | 2012-07-11 09:28:00

CITIZENS ACTION FOR PRINCIPLE AND INTEGRITY (CAPI) is expressing serious concern for the veracity and integrity or lack thereof, of the system of amnesty for outstanding traffic tickets implemented by the Ministry of National Security and administered by Tax Administration of Jamaica (TAJ).

CAPI says they have been receiving numerous calls from persons who have expressed disgust at discovering that tickets that were paid and resolved are being shown on the Tax Administration of Jamaica website as unpaid and outstanding.  Secondly, the information on website re tickets on the systems, lacks pertinent details such as the date of the offence, location, license plate number.

CAPI calls on the Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting and the Minister of Finance, Peter Phillips, to immediately address these concerns as the matter is causing much disquiet of Jamaicans who are of the view that they are being cheated in effort to boost government’s revenue intake.
 




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