Soraya Coffelt, gubernatorial candidate, says that Gov. Kenneth Mapp’s repeated extensions of the State of Emergency further trample on Virgin Islands laws that require financial accountability and transparency to the people.
Former Sen. Adlah H. Donastorg, a three-time candidate for governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands, threw his hat in the ring Saturday for a fourth run at Government House.
USVI gubernatorial candidate Allison "Allie" Petrus on Saturday announced his running mate for the Democratic primary election – Sen. Sammuel Sanes.
Part of Coffelt's vision is centered on transforming the V.I. into the economic powerhouse and leader in the Caribbean.
“The December 30, 2017 Disclosure Report must be submitted to the Office of the Supervisor of Elections no later than Jan. 16, 2018.” according to Supervisor Caroline F. Fawkes.
Coffelt Reaches Out to Delegate Plaskett on Need for Financial Accountability, Transparency of Federal...
The Sept. 29th PFA audit by the Office of the Inspector General for the U. S. Department of Interior revealed mismanagement of $150 million and on-going lax accounting practices that date all the way back to 2002.
Coffelt Awaits Response From Commissioner of Finance for Full Financial Transparency as Bonds Continue...
Soraya Diase Coffelt strongly denounces the secret meeting that the media reported took place between the governor and certain senators at Government House on Monday, Aug. 21.
Soraya Diase Coffelt calls on the Mapp Administration to provide full financial disclosure to the independent auditor and full financial transparency to the people of the Virgin Islands. She urges V.I. residents to Contact the Commissioner of Finance with questions regarding the finances of the Government.
Soraya Diase Coffelt reacts to a report recently released by the V.I. Inspector General about waste in the DOE’s School Lunch Program. Instead of more and more reports of corruption and waste at government agencies, she thinks an anti-corruption task force needs to clean up the mess.
As long as we have corruption unabated in our islands, our economy will never improve and progress, says Soraya Diase Coffelt, candidate for governor.
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