Anti-corruption Commission’s statistical data revealed that during the first three quarters of 2019, the commission has informed relevant government institutions to recover more than 190 million Rufiyaa to the state. During the first nine months of 2019, total amount to be recovered by the state stood at 190,674,529.01 (One-ninety million six-hundred and seventy-four thousand five-hundred [Read More…]
The Commission’s statistical data for the first three quarters of 2019 discloses that 03 cases were forwarded to Prosecutor General’s Office, carrying a total of 03 different charges. In the third quarter of 2019, only one case was forwarded to Prosecutor General’s Office which carried one charge of providing an undue advantage for a third [Read More…]
Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC)’s statistical data for the third quarter of 2019 discloses that the highest number of cases concluded is on acts in contradiction to the laws and state orders. A total of 95 such cases were concluded during the third quarter of 2019. Similarly, 10 cases of acts in contradiction to the laws and [Read More…]
Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has concluded a total of 177 cases in the third quarter of 2019. ACC’s statistical data revealed that within the first nine months of 2019, the commission has concluded a total 532 cases. Amongst these cases, 177 cases were completed in the third quarter of 2019. During the same period in 2018, [Read More…]
The ACC has the authority to investigate any matter involving public sector corruption in the Maldives.
The ACC has extensive powers of investigation, to conduct search and obtain evidence.
The ACC targets serious systemic corruption and corruption vulnerabilities in the Maldives public sector.
The ACC establish facts and refer corrective matters to public institutions on administrative processes, staff ethics and preventive actions.
The ACC recommends and advice systemic changes to prevent recurrence of corruption. [Read More..]
The ACC is independent of the government of Maldives and is accountable to the people through the Parliament. It minimizes corruption by conducting various prevention programs. As part of the mandate of the Commission, prevention programs are categorized into two major areas;
1. Prevention and Research:
- Implementing National Integrity Plan
- Formulation of Anti-Corruption Strategy
- Conducting Corruption Risk Assessments and Researches
- Formulation of Capacity Development documents
- Identifying Training needs..