The Opposition is of the view the government should have nominated someone seen as neutral and credible with respect to the tragic incident involving four divers at Paria Fuel Trading Company.
In a media release Tuesday afternoon, the Opposition said the Energy Chamber may well have questions to answer in this investigation concerning the quality, integrity, legality and legitimacy of their STOW certifications.
The Opposition said going forward they should not have a nominee on this investigation committee.
It said the heads of the multinationals on the energy chamber should be careful of being misled by some partisan local members on the energy chamber board.
The UNC said it has no issue with any chamber or group supporting any political party.
However, it claimed it has an issue when they do it under the guise of neutrality.
It said in future, the UNC looks forward to working with the actual non-partisan members of the Energy Chamber.