The Commission of Enquiry (CoE) report into the Paria Fuel diving tragedy will be made public once it is reviewed by Cabinet.
The assurance was made on Friday by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, during a media briefing at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s.
The PM denied statements that the report would be altered once it reached Government officials.
He said: “I find that to be an impertinence. The Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago is the place where the business of the people of Trinidad and Tobago is conducted by responsible representatives.”
“It’s going to the Cabinet, the Cabinet will look at it and it will come to the Parliament at the earliest. So, this question about the report being sanitised, absolute nonsense! There is no intention whatsoever to have anything done to the report in the context of sanitising and protecting A, B, C or D,” he added.
The 380-page final report at the conclusion of the $15 million enquiry, was handed over to President Christine Kangaloo by CoE Chairman Jerome Lynch, KC, on November 30.