The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) has mentioned that the declaration of belongings must no longer be shrouded in secrecy as doing so can defeat the target for the passage of the Conduct of Public Officers Law.

It defined that the rustic had a chance to toughen her battle towards anti-corruption during the Conduct of Public Officers Law.

“We are confronted with corruption and only legislation will give us a chance in fighting corruption,” the Coalition famous.

Beauty Emefa Narteh, the Executive Director of GACC, mentioned at a symposium to mark International Anti-Corruption Day celebrations in the rustic organised through the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) which was once at the theme: ‘Curbing Corruption in Ghana Through a Robust Conduct of Public Officers Law- Perspectives of Civil Society’.

She instructed stakeholders particularly the Executive and Legislature and to not dilute the Conduct of Public Officers Bill ahead of passage for the reason that country stood higher likelihood of detecting, punishing and/or fighting corruption with powerful Conduct of Public Officers Law.

“Publication is some other asset

declaration programme as a result of it’s supplied through the Bill from the remaining Parliament on the other hand, it refers to e-newsletter of names of public officials who’ve declared and people who have defaulted and declared knowledge be stored confidential.

“The e-newsletter of declared belongings as an anti-corruption device would require names of public officials and their belongings and liabilities are revealed however towards any try to stay declared belongings confidential and e-newsletter additionally invitations the general public to supply some other layer of verification.