Sweden funds anti-corruption draft law

13-May-2005 Intellasia | 12/Apr/2005 VnEpress | 1:41 PM Print This Post

The prime minister has allowed the Government Inspectorate to receive a technical assistance grant of US$400,000 for a project on drafting an anti-corruption law. Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) will provide US$300,000, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) US$100,000 and domestic counterpart capital of US$30,000.
The anti-corruption law drafted by the Government Inspectorate is being debated in the ongoing National Assembly session. Many previously ?sensitive? matters were also defined in the draft such as compulsory disclosure of the assets of high ranking officials, and regulations on gifts and others.

 


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