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Jordan’s Anti Corruption Commission Reaches Out to Civil Society

Algeria - Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Jordanian Anti-Corruption Commission (JACC) held a seminar in Amman (Jordan) on 17 February 2010 to introduce its mandate and functions to a number of civil society organizations and activists. Discussions addressed JACC’s role in the investigation and prosecution of corruption, the detection of corruption cases, and the referral of perpetrators to judicial authorities. Discussions also addressed the Commission’s role in preventing corruption and promoting the values of fairness and justice, through coordination with the concerned ministries and departments, especially the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, the Ministry of Education and the University of Jordan. In conclusion, participants were informed about JACC’s achievements last year at the enforcement and prevention levels.
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