Cayman Islands appoints new Anti-Corruption Commissioners

Earlier this year, the Cayman Island’s Anti-Corruption Law (which was first enacted in 2008) was amended, so as to remove the Commissioner of Police, the Auditor General, and the Complaints Commissioner from eligibility to sit on the Anti-Corruption Commission (which was first established in 2010).

This paved the way for the panel to be made up of apparently more independent individuals, such as retired judges, lawyers, justices of the peace, accountants or other relevant private sector individuals, to be appointed by the Governor.

Four new Anti-Corruption Commissioners have now been appointed.

For more information, see:

New anti-corruption commissioners appointed

New Anti-Corruption Commission ‘must regain public trust’

Officials removed from Anti-Corruption Commission

Amendments bring major shake-up in Anti Corruption Commission (ACC)



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