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Civilians appointed to anti-corruption commission

30th May 2011, 2:30pm Press Release

Sir Peter Allen, known for his time in the Ugandan judiciary during and after Idi Aminís time in power, has been appointed to the Cayman Islands Anti-corruption Commission, along with Leonard Ebanks.

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