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Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published

Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published

Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published

Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published
Anti-Corruption Commission Bangladesh

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Official emblem of Anti Corruption Commission, Bangladesh

Anti-Corruption Commission Bangladesh often abbreviated: ACC was formed through an act promulgated on 23 February 2004 that into force on 9 May 2004. Although initially, it could not make the desired impact, but immediately following its reconstitution in February 2007, the ACC began working with renewed vigor and impetus duly acceding to the United Nations' convention against corruption that was adopted by the General Assembly way back on 31 October 2003.

Contents

1 Vision

2 Mission

3 Chairman and commissioners

4 Functions of the commission

5 Power to make rules

6 Schedule

7 Regulations

8 Criticism

9 References

10 External links

Vision

The Commission has formulated some forms of corruption in Bangladesh, for everyone to know, understand and prepare ourselves to completely erase corruption from our lives, if not reduce it.

Bribery: It is the offering of money, services or other valuables to persuade someone to do something in return. Synonyms: kickbacks, baksheesh (tips), payola, hush money, sweetener, protection money, boodle, and gratuity.

Embezzlement: Taking of money, property or other valuables by the person to whom it has been entrusted for personal benefit.



Extortion: Demanding or taking of money, property or other valuables through use of coercion and/or force. A typical example of extortion would be when armed police or military men exact money for passage through a roadblock. Synonyms include blackmail, bloodsucking and extraction.

Abuse of discretion: The abuse of office for private gain, but without external inducement or extortion. Patterns of such abuses are usually associated with bureaucracies in which broad individual discretion is created, few oversights or accountability structures are present, as well as those in which decision-making rules are so complex as to neutralise the effectiveness of such structures even if they exist.

Improper political contributions: Payments made in an attempt to unduly influence present or future activities by a party or its members when they are in office. [1]

Mission

Guided by the mission ACC sets for itself the following tasks and functions:

It controls corruption by identifying hot spots and areas of vulnerabilities for targeted investigative and prosecution action, prevention and curative treatment beside preventive education and advocacy.

It ultimately suppresses corruption through the effective and cumulative effects of its combating, controlling and prevention efforts enumerated above.

Chairman and commissioners

The commission is mandated as independent, self-governed and neutral entity. It consists of three Commissioners; of them one as the chairman and all appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Selection Committee for a period of four years from the date of their appointment. While the commissioners function on full time basis loses eligibility for reappointment on expiry of the term in their office.

Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published

Dudok Written Exam April 2013, Result has Published

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