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Oct 11, 2016

Senator Valerie Woods to honour commitment to Integrity Commission

Valerie Woods

On September nineteenth, National Service Day and the fifth anniversary of the passing of George Price, members of the People’s United Party in the House and Senator Paul Thompson attended the National Assembly building in Belmopan. The purpose: to submit their statements of assets and liabilities with the Integrity Commission. Now, since the Commission is not fully in place, the submissions are not much more than symbolic. However, two Senators, Eamon Courtenay and Valerie Woods, were absent at the time. Today, Senator Woods was asked about her plans to submit her statement and she says she has every intention of doing so.


Valerie Woods, Opposition Senator

“I can’t speak for him but from myself, there is no mal intent there I have every intention of putting up my report for the integrity commission whether there is one that exists or not. I have nothing to hide, I am a new comer of this thing, it is just a matter of timing for me when that happens, But I have assured the party leader that I will get mine in, that’s no big deal for me.”

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1 Response for “Senator Valerie Woods to honour commitment to Integrity Commission”

  1. Al says:

    Stay strong Val. You are new to the game, so they will be pouncing on you from all sides. Be also aware of those in your party too. Remember, the “new” girl in the hood always get the blame. So be aware Val. Be very aware. But supporting you to the max.

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