MAKE THE GOVERNMENT ANSWER!
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi is alleged to be one of the directors of the company owned by the landlord of #3 Alexandra Place.
On Wednesday 21st October 2020, Minister of Public Administration and Digital Transformation Allyson West said in Parliament that $20 million dollars will be used to outfit #3 Alexandra Place with work stations and furniture to accommodate staff.
Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (1999), the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago (CUTT) requested documents pertaining to the estimated $20 million dollars in costs for the customization and outfit of #3 Alexandra Building.
To date the Minister of Public Administration has refused to respond to our application and is currently in breach of her statutory duty.
To continue the fight for transparency, the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago needs your help to begin a judicial review to investigate why $20 million dollars was estimated for the upgrade of the building.
We are saying Enough is Enough. We need your help with legal fees so that we could use our courts to force transparency in the way our taxes are spent. Please donate towards the cause. Help us fight for transparency and a bring change towards a better Trinidad and Tobago.
This fund goes towards all legal matters in persuit of justice and transparency for all our citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
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