‘No accountability’


TT’s High Commissioner to India Dave Persad is coming back home after just under two years in New Delhi. custodia iphone lego

Persad sent a letter to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley this morning, in which he referred to a report he sent last month about difficulties he is having in managing the affairs of the commission’s offices. custodia iphone 7 sottile

Persad, an attorney at law, was former chairman of the Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation under the People’s Partnership government but campaigned for the ruling People’s National Movement in the last election. iphone 4s custodia libro

He was appointed High Commissioner with accreditation to Sri Lanka and Indonesia. batteria custodia iphone 8 Newsday was told yesterday by a senior staff member at the commission that Persad raised several matters in his report to Rowley, about financial accountability. custodia silicone iphone 7 kwmobile

He also referred to the Head of Chancery at the commission, Stacy Hinds, leaving for Sri Lanka last week, without informing him.

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