Integrity in Public Life Bill clears Lower Chamber


Parliament has passed the Integrity in Public Life Act (2020) meant to deter and punish corruption by politicians and senior public officers, as well as chairmen, and high-ranking managers of state-owned enterprises. Held up for several months due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the reviews of a select committee, debate on the legislation resumed on […]

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