Thursday, November 24, 2005

We've Grown Weary of Ethics In Government

Who wouldn't, when you get results like this:
The federal government created the society two years ago to impose ethical guidelines and standards on an industry that had been plagued with problems.
The former chairman of a body the federal government set up to regulate immigration consultants says he quit because board members wanted to pay themselves $60,000 a year to attend 12 one-day meetings.
There have also been questions about board interference in the hiring of society staff members.
Bravo to this gentleman for resigning and going public.