Attorney General

AG: Audit on Ramdeen over value for money

The reference made by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley that Opposition Senator attorney Gerald Ramdeen was a “person of great interest” to the State was in the context of an ongoing audit being conducted by the Attorney General’s office.

AG Faris Al-Rawi emphasised that neither his office nor that of the PM had the authority to probe anyone, adding that was the role of the police.

AG assures those mentioned in Panama Papers will be investigated

Attorney General Faris Al Rawi is giving the assurance that Trinidadians identified in the Panama Papers will be investigated.

The Attorney General says the allegations of money laundering are of grave concern to the government.

He says these allegations are being attended to. 


He also says allegations that the previous government released OAS Construtora, from liability with the knowledge that the company was bankrupt will not go unexplored.