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Parliament to create draft code of ethics

Parliament to create draft code of ethics

Members of the Senate and National Assembly are working to create a draft code of ethics that will later be submitted to both houses for approval. They are working with Peter Lilienfeld, a senior specialist in parliamentary procedure with the International Parliamentary Union, in a workshop titled “Ethics and Integrity in Parliament”, the UN Development Programme said in a statement. The gathering follows last week’s order by Prime Minister Hun Sen that the Council of Ministers begin debate on the Kingdom’s long-awaited Anticorruption Law on December 11.

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