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Showing posts with label ACC. Show all posts
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Friday, June 18, 2021

Rohingyas Getting Citizenship: ACC sues ex-CCC councillor, 5 others

The Daily Star
June 15, 2021



The Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday filed a case against six people, including a former ward councillor of Chattogram City Corporation and three Rohingyas, for issuing citizenship and birth certificates to Rohingyas.

Deputy Assistant Director Sharif Uddin of ACC Integrated Office Chattogram lodged the case with ACC Integrated Office Chattogram-1, said the ACC sources.

The accused are: Ismail Bali, 49, former councillor of Patharghata ward of CCC, Subarna Dutta, assistant of birth certificate issue section of the ward office, Rohingya broker Sirajul Islam, and three Rohingyas -- Mohammed Ismail, 56, his wife Meher Jan, 42, and Wahida, 26.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

The ACC: Fighting Corruption With Independence?

The Irrawaddy
By THE IRRAWADDY |16 March 2019


Kyaw Zwa Moe: Welcome to Dateline Irrawaddy! This week we will discuss the actions of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), for which we should say ‘”bravo.” The ACC has filed a complaint against and detained Tanintharyi Region Chief Minister Daw Lei Lei Maw under the Anti-Corruption Law. This is what the majority of the complainants wanted to see. We will discuss how effective the ACC was over the last year, what its shortcomings are and how important it is to fight corruption to establish democracy. Daw Moe Moe Tun, leading member of the MATA (Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability) and GPS (Genuine People’s Servants) director and Access to Justice Initiative leading member Ko Thwin Lin Aung join me to discuss this. I’m The Irrawaddy English editor Kyaw Zwa Moe.