On 11 May 2022, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) launched the Anti-Corruption Agencies strengthening initiative: Assessment of Bhutan Anti-Corruption Commission 2021, an assessment carried out by the Transparency International.
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Assets, Income & Liabilities declaration as a public accountability mechanism is gaining prominence worldwide with increasing awareness and growing public outcry against corruption. Article 8 of the UNCAC requires “state parties to consider establishing policies requiring officials to reveal to appropriate authorities their outside activities, employments, investments, assets and substantial gifts or benefits”.
Help us be more efficient and effective by providing true complaints with specific details. You could also stand as witness and informer.Your identity and liability shall be protected as per the witness protection sections under chapter 7 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011. Avoid filing vindictive and malicious complaints. A complainant or informer who knowingly gives any false or misleading information with malicious intend shall be guilty of an offence and liable under section 80 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011.
Why to report Corruption?
Every citizen is encouraged to report corruption to the ACC responsibly and in the larger national interest. Your identity will be protected with absolute confidentiality.
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You can report corruption through:
•PHONE • FAX • MAIL • ACC WEBSITE(Online) • Juenlam ACC • WALK-IN
Call us at: +975-2-322987; Fax: 334869; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or download complaint reporting form,and send it to us through fax, post or e-mail.