The Integrity Commission has cleared Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, of wrongdoing in the purchase of a townhouse in Tobago.

While the Commission acknowledged that Dr. Rowley had omitted to disclose the purchase contrary to the Integrity in Public Life Act, it said the omission was not deliberate.

It maintained its position that it could not find reasonable grounds to draw the inference that the prime minister made a false statement of the estimated value of the townhouse in his declaration of income, assets and liabilities.

Dr. Rowley has always maintained he did nothing wrong when he filed the necessary documents.