Category Archives: National Anti-Corruption instruments

DR Congo Senate to votes law for access to information

DR Congo Senate to votes law for access to information

On 28 October 2015, the Senate of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has put a bill on access to information on its agenda, according to the Senator Moise Nyarugabo. In practice, a very small minority of the DRC population is able to access public information (such as lawyers, civil society). The exclusion of the vast majority of the Congolese population from means of access to information and participation in decision–making processes cultivates corruption, bad

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Ordonnance n°16/065 du 14 juillet 2016 portant organisation et fonctionnement des services du Conseiller spécial du Chef de l’Etat en matière de Bonne gouvernance et de lutte contre la corruption, le blanchiment des capitaux et le financement du terrorisme.

On Thursday, 14 July 2016, President Joseph Kabila signed Ordinance No. 16/065 of 14 July 2016 on the organization and functioning of the services of the Special Adviser to the Head of State on good governance and fight against corruption, money laundering and terrorist financing. Undoubtedly, Joseph Kabila clarifies and strengthens the powers of Luzolo Bambi, now under the direct authority of the President of the Republic is authorized to resort to the service of

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Decret portant création de l’Observatoire de Surveillance de la Corruption et de l’Éthique Professionnelle

The Government, by the decret n°16/020 du 16 july 2016, fixing the Statutes of the OSCEP, equips it with the mission of monitoring corruption and professional ethics and bring guilty in courts and tribunals. In waiting the creation of the General State Inspectorate, as envisaged by the decree, the OSCEP will thus play the role of coordinating anti-corruption information at the executive level, in partnership with others State services including Anti-fraud brigades, General Inspectorate of Finance, the Office of the

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