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Horace Dalley fined for failing to file statutory declaration

Former Member of Parliament Horace Dalley has been fined $190,000 for failing to file his statutory declaration.

Mr. Dalley on Wednesday pleaded guilty during his appearance in the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court.

Attorney-at-law Charles Ganga-Singh, who represented Dalley, said his client filed the declaration unavoidably late due to personal reasons.

A report from the Integrity Commission in April revealed that Dalley did not file his declaration for the period ending December 2020.

He was summoned to court for failing to make the submission, which is a breach of the Integrity Commission Act.

The summons stated that Dalley failed, without reasonable cause, to furnish the commission with the statutory declaration as required by law.

Dalley filed the declaration in April and had apologised for the late filing.