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To put in place anti-corruption measures in order to curb the canker

Strengthening the institutions of state that work to curb corruption and ensure accountability

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Adequately resource state institutions to hold government accountable

Feasible

The 2016, 2017 and 2018 Annual Budgets allocated 30,523,777, 37,816,402 and 32,565,421 to CHRAJ respectively. The Audit Service was allocated 140,611,756, 186,507,350 and 278,809,664 for 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively. The budgetary allocations do not show a fulfilment of this promise

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The Attorney General will be required to report to Parliament annually on the potential liability arising out of claims against the State

Feasible

This has not yet been done since the government assumed power

NPP CAMPAIGN PROMISES

The passage of a Fiscal Responsibility Law, to bring comprehensive accountability, transparency and stability to the budget process

Amend the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921) to:

To enforce and operationalise the PFMA

Revenue mobilization

The promotion of accountability and effective democracy through local governance

To put in place anti-corruption measures in order to curb the canker: Legislative reforms to tackle corruption

To put in place anti-corruption measures in order to curb the canker: Attitudinal change through public education on anti-corruption

To put in place anti-corruption measures in order to curb the canker: Strengthening the institutions of state that work to curb corruption and ensure accountability

The NPP government will ensure the strict enforcement of the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663)

The Code of Conduct and Assets Declaration Regime

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