More corruption at VID

Residents have expressed concern at increasing levels of corruption at the Vehicle Inspection Department. They say it is now impossible to pass the oral test for a provisional licence unless one bribes the officials as much as $80.

Some who refused to pay the bribes were failed even though they scored the minimum of 88 percent required to pass. Bribing was previously only at the road testing stage. Residents have called on the authorities to act to deal with corruption, saying it is also becoming endemic at other public offices such as the Registrar’s office, police stations and courts.

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