ACC's new structure has entered into force

The new structure of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has come into force.

A special meeting was held today with all of the Commission's staff to transition to the new structure, which was developed and implemented to help the Commission carry out its responsibilities.

Details of the departments' planned work under the new structure were shared with the staff at the meeting, and the heads of the new structure's departments were also handed over their appointment letters today.

The Vice-President of the Commission officially launched the ACC Forensic Service.

The newly established Investigation Section's main functions are to conduct all necessary investigations into cases decided by the Commission's members.

The newly formed Monitoring and Evaluation Section's primary responsibilities include monitoring compliance with the Commission's notices, recommendations, and instructions on cases and studies conducted by the Commission; assessments; and cases investigated and decided by the Commission.

The meeting was attended by members of the Commission, who stated that this day will be remembered as a watershed moment in the history of the ACC because the operational system has been designed to help the Commission fulfill its responsibilities.

The members assured that the changes in the Commission's work over the last six months will result in additional progress and that the Commission will continue to bring in the next changes and resources to be provided.