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As part of its mandate to promote transparency, accountability and eradicating corruption the Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. (TIGI) – national contact of Transparency International – in collaboration with the Linden Chamber of Commerce held a public education outreach in Linden on Thursday March 21,Chandler Jones Jersey, last, in the boardroom of the Linden Chamber.To a packed boardroom which included members of the LindenA section of the gathering at the outreach held by the Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc.Chamber,Brett Favre Falcons Jersey, representatives from the regional executive office,Kevin Love Jersey, civil society and youth groups, the President of TIGI,J.R. Smith Jersey, Attorney-at-Law, Gino Persaud, introduced TIGI and its Executive to the Linden community and delivered a presentation on corruption, the effects of corruption and the role of citizens in tackling corruption.TIGI also presented its own concrete recommendations on steps that can be taken to reduce corruption and sought the support of those present in supporting those recommendations.In the ensuing interactive discussion,Deion Sanders Falcons Jersey, the TIGI Panel which included its President, Gino Persaud, Vice President Anand Goolsarran and Father Compton Meerabeaux, answered questions on the operation of TIGI, the methodology behind the generation of the Corruption Perception Index, possible discrimination and victimization, and entertained suggestions from the audience regarding TIGI’s implementation of its mandate; the latter included possible linkages between TIGI and other civil society organisations and calls for TIGI to lobby for reform of the taxation system which it was viewed could help to prevent corruption in Guyana.Established in 2010,Cheap Arizona Coyotes Hoodies, TIGI is a new civil body which promotes transparency and accountability and is an advocate for eradicating corruption in Guyana. Thursday’s public outreach aimed at empowering Guyanese to get involved in the fight against corruption.During the outreach session, the audience was provided with brochures, handouts and bookmarks which provided information both on TIGI and ways in which citizens could tackle corruption.The public outreach was funded by the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives.
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