Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and the Economy, Rudranath Indarsingh spoke of the present and past salaries and allowances of Chief Executive Officers at State Agencies.
He noted that at WASA, the CEO is currently paid in excess of $80,000 per month
Mr. Indarsingh however clarified that the package had in fact been decreased from what was offered prior to May 2010.
Disclosure of salaries and perks continued with the revelation that the General manager at the state owned, T&TEC earns in excess of 70 thousand dollars with several perks offered, inclusive of entertainment and travelling allowances.
Indarsingh went on to reveal that at state owned TSTT, the package collected by the CEO per month exceeds $200,000.
He said the sum had been higher prior to May 2010 when the People’s Partnership assumed office.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and the Economy, Rudranath Indarsingh
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