Holness: No member of my administration has been contacted by Integrity Commission so far, regarding illicit enrichment investigation
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says so far, no member of his administration has indicated that they have been written to by the Integrity Commission regarding an investigation into illicit enrichment.
The Integrity Commission in its annual report last month said six parliamentarians and several public officials are being investigated for illicit enrichment.
There have been calls for those being investigated to be named and for them to step aside from duties.
Opposition Leader Mark Golding has declared that none of the opposition parliamentarians, including senators, has been approached by the Integrity Commission, regarding a probe into claims of illicit enrichment.
Mr. Holness who was on a tour of Clarendon communities today said he enquired and so far, no JLP member has been written to by the IC on this matter.
The Prime Minister said the opposition is involved in political gimmickry.