Graham Hopwood

Clip wings of fisheries minister: IPPR

Clip wings of fisheries minister: IPPR

Tujoromajo Kasuto The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is calling for the removal of the discretionary powers of the minister and the implementation of transparency measures in the Marine Resources Act, among other recommendations. This is contained in the research body’s new research paper, ‘After Fishrot: The Urgent Need for Transparency and Accountability’, which wants the fisheries sector to be opened for complete scrutiny, including the publication of all rights, licences, and quota details, as well as beneficial ownership information. According to IPPR Executive Director Graham Hopwood, the Marine Resources Act needs to be amended immediately to remove the…
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