The Integrity Commission has cleared former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan of any wrong-doing, with regard to the purchase of two Range Rover vehicles.
A statement from the Integrity Commission reads:
Attorney Michael Quamina has written to the Integrity Commission on behalf of Housing Minister Marlene Mc Donald, seeking to determine the status of an investigation against her.
The letter states that due to the public attention given to this issue, a speedy resolution is in the interest of all parties.
The following is the letter written by Quamina:
"I act on behalf of the Honourable Marlene Mc Donald, Member of Parliament for Port of Spain South and Minister of Housing and Urban Development in the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has met and discussed three key pieces of legislation with members of the Integrity Commission.
A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister gives some details of the meeting:
"The Prime Minister met today (Wednesday 24th February 2016), with officials from the Trinidad and Tobago Chapter of Transparency International (TI), at the Diplomatic Centre, where both parties engaged in conversation about the status of Procurement Legislation, Whistle Blower Legislation and Campaign Financing.
The Heliconia Foundation has written a formal complaint to the Integrity Commission asking the watchdog body to investigate former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan in relation to employment practices at the Office of the Attorney General during his tenure.