The Trinidad and Tobago Government has tabled whistle-blower legislation designed to tackle corruption by introducing fines and jail time for people who seek to hinder others from coming forward to report criminal activities.

Attorney General Faris Al Rawi told Parliament on Friday that the new legislation, which has been referred to a Parliament committee for detailed study, is also intended to improve the detection and conviction rates in Trinidad and Tobago.

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