SARA has not one win to show after receiving over $600M in four years

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Prior to the passage of its governing legislation in 2017, the State Asset Recovery Agency (SARA) functioned within the Ministry of the Presidency as a department and continues to be headed by Professor Clive Thomas.

Within the period of four years, the agency would have received over $600M of which $545M was passed by the National Assembly. But since receiving these sums, the anticorruption body is yet to shore up one win from 25 cases of corruption it was working on for some time.

Transparency International and Chartered Accounting firm, Ram and McRae have been critical of SARA’s underwhelming performance over the years with no improvement in sight.

Considering the substantial funds it receives, Ram and McRae had said that the least the Agency should have done was to adhere to its reporting requirements. Since its establishment, SARA has never given an account to the National Assembly on how it has used its finances over the years.

Also, several observers have been in agreement with Ram and McRae which holds the belief that SARA has failed to live up to the hype and fanfare which accompanied its establishment to recover several billions of dollars worth in State Assets each year. It suggested that the Government scrap the Agency altogether and assign its responsibilities to another entity.

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Demerara_Guy posted:

SARA has not one win to show after receiving over $600M in four years

https://www.guyanastandard.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Clive-Thomas.png

Prior to the passage of its governing legislation in 2017, the State Asset Recovery Agency (SARA) functioned within the Ministry of the Presidency as a department and continues to be headed by Professor Clive Thomas.

Within the period of four years, the agency would have received over $600M of which $545M was passed by the National Assembly. But since receiving these sums, the anticorruption body is yet to shore up one win from 25 cases of corruption it was working on for some time.

Transparency International and Chartered Accounting firm, Ram and McRae have been critical of SARA’s underwhelming performance over the years with no improvement in sight.

Considering the substantial funds it receives, Ram and McRae had said that the least the Agency should have done was to adhere to its reporting requirements. Since its establishment, SARA has never given an account to the National Assembly on how it has used its finances over the years.

Also, several observers have been in agreement with Ram and McRae which holds the belief that SARA has failed to live up to the hype and fanfare which accompanied its establishment to recover several billions of dollars worth in State Assets each year. It suggested that the Government scrap the Agency altogether and assign its responsibilities to another entity.

Dats because the PPP kleptomaniacs were not only good at thiefing...they were better at destroying documents and better at hiding or destroying the paper trails that would prove GUILT. 

VishMahabir posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

SARA has not one win to show after receiving over $600M in four years

https://www.guyanastandard.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Clive-Thomas.png

Prior to the passage of its governing legislation in 2017, the State Asset Recovery Agency (SARA) functioned within the Ministry of the Presidency as a department and continues to be headed by Professor Clive Thomas.

Within the period of four years, the agency would have received over $600M of which $545M was passed by the National Assembly. But since receiving these sums, the anticorruption body is yet to shore up one win from 25 cases of corruption it was working on for some time.

Transparency International and Chartered Accounting firm, Ram and McRae have been critical of SARA’s underwhelming performance over the years with no improvement in sight.

Considering the substantial funds it receives, Ram and McRae had said that the least the Agency should have done was to adhere to its reporting requirements. Since its establishment, SARA has never given an account to the National Assembly on how it has used its finances over the years.

Also, several observers have been in agreement with Ram and McRae which holds the belief that SARA has failed to live up to the hype and fanfare which accompanied its establishment to recover several billions of dollars worth in State Assets each year. It suggested that the Government scrap the Agency altogether and assign its responsibilities to another entity.

Dats because the PPP kleptomaniacs were not only good at thiefing...they were better at destroying documents and better at hiding or destroying the paper trails that would prove GUILT. 

Please explain what document were destroyed with the billions spend on  forensic auditors  of taxpayers money and which results in  100 plus charges... are the charges FAKE.

Dave posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

SARA has not one win to show after receiving over $600M in four years

https://www.guyanastandard.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Clive-Thomas.png

Prior to the passage of its governing legislation in 2017, the State Asset Recovery Agency (SARA) functioned within the Ministry of the Presidency as a department and continues to be headed by Professor Clive Thomas.

Within the period of four years, the agency would have received over $600M of which $545M was passed by the National Assembly. But since receiving these sums, the anticorruption body is yet to shore up one win from 25 cases of corruption it was working on for some time.

Transparency International and Chartered Accounting firm, Ram and McRae have been critical of SARA’s underwhelming performance over the years with no improvement in sight.

Considering the substantial funds it receives, Ram and McRae had said that the least the Agency should have done was to adhere to its reporting requirements. Since its establishment, SARA has never given an account to the National Assembly on how it has used its finances over the years.

Also, several observers have been in agreement with Ram and McRae which holds the belief that SARA has failed to live up to the hype and fanfare which accompanied its establishment to recover several billions of dollars worth in State Assets each year. It suggested that the Government scrap the Agency altogether and assign its responsibilities to another entity.

Dats because the PPP kleptomaniacs were not only good at thiefing...they were better at destroying documents and better at hiding or destroying the paper trails that would prove GUILT. 

Please explain what document were destroyed with the billions spend on  forensic auditors  of taxpayers money and which results in  100 plus charges... are the charges FAKE.

How they gon find anything when these people destroy the evidence before leaving office?

Look at the wealth they display with their mansions...start there

VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

SARA has not one win to show after receiving over $600M in four years

https://www.guyanastandard.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Clive-Thomas.png

Prior to the passage of its governing legislation in 2017, the State Asset Recovery Agency (SARA) functioned within the Ministry of the Presidency as a department and continues to be headed by Professor Clive Thomas.

Within the period of four years, the agency would have received over $600M of which $545M was passed by the National Assembly. But since receiving these sums, the anticorruption body is yet to shore up one win from 25 cases of corruption it was working on for some time.

Transparency International and Chartered Accounting firm, Ram and McRae have been critical of SARA’s underwhelming performance over the years with no improvement in sight.

Considering the substantial funds it receives, Ram and McRae had said that the least the Agency should have done was to adhere to its reporting requirements. Since its establishment, SARA has never given an account to the National Assembly on how it has used its finances over the years.

Also, several observers have been in agreement with Ram and McRae which holds the belief that SARA has failed to live up to the hype and fanfare which accompanied its establishment to recover several billions of dollars worth in State Assets each year. It suggested that the Government scrap the Agency altogether and assign its responsibilities to another entity.

Dats because the PPP kleptomaniacs were not only good at thiefing...they were better at destroying documents and better at hiding or destroying the paper trails that would prove GUILT. 

Please explain what document were destroyed with the billions spend on  forensic auditors  of taxpayers money and which results in  100 plus charges... are the charges FAKE.

How they gon find anything when these people destroy the evidence before leaving office?

Look at the wealth they display with their mansions...start there

How come the auditors say they find big big evidence of corruption and it was given to the government and the police was called in ... Are you now saying the charges filed are Fake. 

Those mansions, how you know them people didn’t take a mortgage. 

Asked we brother Django, how he built a 4000 square ft mansion in the 80s with all cash and he throw manure at cane field and fly to Uncle Sam and in a few years buy wan big big company. 

Vish you think everyone is like you, them wok hard hard while you go to school. 

Dave posted:

Asked we brother Django, how he built a 4000 square ft mansion in the 80s with all cash and he throw manure at cane field and fly to Uncle Sam and in a few years buy wan big big company.

Let's get the record correct ,that's what Django said ? the modern day PPP-ite good at making up their own stories. By the way i worked in the Private Sector, quit and started my own business, same goes for the US. Also was rewarded well for my skills.

Django posted:
Dave posted:

Asked we brother Django, how he built a 4000 square ft mansion in the 80s with all cash and he throw manure at cane field and fly to Uncle Sam and in a few years buy wan big big company.

Let's get the record correct ,that's what Django said ? the modern day PPP-ite good at making up their own stories. By the way i worked in the Private Sector, quit and started my own business, same goes for the US. Also was rewarded well for my skills.

And who said you didn’t wok hard, you backside en  see me say that. 

The point is, just like how you wok hard hard, them people ride bicycle from scratch and wok Prapa had tooo. 

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

Asked we brother Django, how he built a 4000 square ft mansion in the 80s with all cash and he throw manure at cane field and fly to Uncle Sam and in a few years buy wan big big company.

Let's get the record correct ,that's what Django said ? the modern day PPP-ite good at making up their own stories. By the way i worked in the Private Sector, quit and started my own business, same goes for the US. Also was rewarded well for my skills.

And who said you didn’t wok hard, you backside en  see me say that. 

The point is, just like how you wok hard hard, them people ride bicycle from scratch and wok Prapa had tooo. 

The bicycle riders who became politicians are hard workers ?  are they the ones you defending ?

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

Asked we brother Django, how he built a 4000 square ft mansion in the 80s with all cash and he throw manure at cane field and fly to Uncle Sam and in a few years buy wan big big company.

Let's get the record correct ,that's what Django said ? the modern day PPP-ite good at making up their own stories. By the way i worked in the Private Sector, quit and started my own business, same goes for the US. Also was rewarded well for my skills.

And who said you didn’t wok hard, you backside en  see me say that. 

The point is, just like how you wok hard hard, them people ride bicycle from scratch and wok Prapa had tooo. 

The bicycle riders who became politicians are hard workers ?  are they the ones you defending ?

You darn right. 

Bai Django, those PPP politicians had to word really hard. They had to arduously dig Guyana out of the deep hole the PNC left it in. But it wasn't enough that they had to dig Guyana out of that deep hole. They had to do so while constantly dodging molotov cocktails thrown by the slo fiah mo fiah violent PNC crew.

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