Anti-Corruption Commission holds workshop to produce investigation manual

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U Aung Kyi, Chairman of Anti-Corruption Commission, delivers the address at the workshop on Investigation Maunal.  Photo: MNA

The Anti-Corruption Commission held a workshop on producing an investigation manual at Thingaha Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw on Thursday.
At the event, Chairman of Anti-Corruption Commission U Aung Kyi said the mission of the commission was to prevent corruption across the nation. Complaints received will be investigated and preventive works will also be carried out across the country. The work of the commission must be implemented ethically, with accountability and transparency. The making of rules and regulations for investigation is essential for the commission to be able to implement its works with accountability. The establishment of rules and regulations needs to be in accordance with Myanmar’s current laws and international standards, and to be practically carried out.
The drawing up of rules and regulations began in December 2017 and has now reached the final stage; it will soon be released to the public. The code of conduct for the staff of the commission written presently will also be released in April. The commission will try to become a deserving, responsible and accountable organisation, the chairman said.
Present at the workshop were Anti-Corruption Commission secretary U San Win and members, UNODC’s Anti-Corruption and Law Enforcement international expert Rhghavan Kuppuswamy and staff from the commission’s office.

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