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Civil Society Advocate Calls For Jamaicans To Target MPs Over Anti-Corruption Bill Controversy

Civil society advocate Jeanette Calder is urging Jamaicans to target their elected representatives on social media as part of efforts to force Parliament to remove a provision in an anti-corruption bill that would allow the Cabinet to designate some contracts ‘confidential’ and require that investigators seek permission before starting a probe.

She issued the call this morning following The Gleaner’s report in which the National Integrity Action and the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica said the controversial section of Clause 52 of the Integrity Commission bill is unacceptable and should be removed. 

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