For the past five year the Guyana Gold Board has not paid Corporation taxes as required by the Act that governs it.
In three letters written to the Board by the Auditor General's office, it was revealed that the board continues avoiding to make provision in its Accounts for the payment of these taxes.
While both main political parties are well represented on the Guyana Gold Board, neither made any objections to this ongoing issue.
No one could say how much money in Corporation Taxes is owed to the government and if the Gold Board will ever pay it.
Where is all the Gold that the Gold Board is managing?