Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Julian Robinson, says the situation at the Airports Authority of Jamaica requires the government to give an account of the stewardship of the serving board members.
Mr. Robinson says board members who were confirmed to have breached the Public Bodies and Management Accountability Act remain in office.
The Opposition Spokesman says there remain questions as to whether the board members attempted to conceal critical information from the Ministry of Finance.
He is questioning whether the government is seeking to shield the members of the board from scrutiny.
Julian Robinson, Opposition Spokesman on Finance.
He was speaking during a media briefing on Monday.