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SSACC (South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission)

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2014/03/20 The Anti-Corruption Commission of EES meets with members of the state's Youth Union, saying that limited resources mean it needs them (and other citizens) to help in the fight against corruption. But the youth chairperson complains at lack of transparency in the work of the Commission, and failure to name even one suspect so far. Snippet 1675
2005 to 2013/10/01 The biggest anti-corruption investigation between 2005 and late 2013 is the (unconcluded) one into Deng Alor Kuol and Kosti Manibe Ngai over illegal request and transfer of about USD 8 million, although USD 4 billion has been said to have been stolen in total. The draft Anti-Corruption Bill has not yet been passed. Snippet
2013/09 After a visit to the states of greater Bahr el Ghazal, President Kiir directs the Anti-Corruption Commission to extend its activities to the 10 states. Snippet
2013/08/08 A report in the name of the 'National Advocacy Group' (membership unknown) published in, alleges large-scale corruption under the former commerce minister, Garang Diing Akuang. It details the modality, which involves getting a permit from the ministry to buy USD at the official government rate in order to import something, but selling the dollars at a black-market price. A branch of the Qatar National Bank is accused of collusion. The NAG says it provided the report privately to the President and Anti-Corruption Commission in late 2012, but saw no action. Snippet 1129
2013/03/15 to 2013/08/01 On 15 and 23 March 2012, 'huge sums of money' are stolen from the Office of the President. After this fact is revealed by Sudan Tribune, President Kiir suspends three officials in the office and sets up a committee headed by SSACC Chairperson John Gatwec Lul. The report concludes the theft was done by a syndicate of office insiders, and notes a failure of office leaders to report the matter or tighten security afterwards. By 1st August it appears that at least two of the suspended officials have been reinstated. Snippet 1045
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