Today (17/07/2018) the government established a Joint Select Committee composed of eleven members, seven from the Lower House and four from the Upper Chamber. Accommodation will be made by the government to receive written and verbal feedback from the public on the Integrity in Public Life Bill. All Joint Select Committee proceedings will be streamed via social media.
Political parties since 1974 have promised to operationlize integrity legislation in Barbados with zero success. The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) promised to implement integrity legislation as a campaign promise and they appear to be hellbent on delivering.