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NGO positive NA wants to tackle corruption

NGO positive NA wants to tackle corruption

Transparency International Cambodia yesterday presented findings of a recent scathing report on corruption to the newly formed parliamentary anti-corruption commission.

The group had been invited by opposition commission head Ho Vann. TI said the meeting showed “that there is momentum and political will for reform coming from the National Assembly”.

According to Vann, the commission will “directly work and cooperate” with TI, despite its controversial reports. “Although Prime Minister Hun Sen has always criticised Transparency International Cambodia, the anti-corruption commission still considers [it] to be a good partner of the parliament in working to combat corruption in Cambodia.”


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