IAAC reports on its December performance

Representatives from the IAAC speak to the press

The Independent Authority Against Corruption (IAAC) reported on its performance throughout December on Monday.

Head of IAAC’s Corruption Prevention and Public Awareness Department T.Bayarkhuu noted that most complaints reported this year were about state bureaucracy, abuse of power and conflict of interest, and IAAC reviewed 58 complaints regarding abuse of state officials’ power this month and is currently investigating 66 complaints.
“IAAC uncovered a case where a director of Bayan-Ulgii Province’s public school made a new contract to provide the school with lunch program with his or her associate company, and Amgalan Thermal Power Plant contracted a coal supplier from October 2016 to October 2017 without an open tendering process.”

Some 766 newly-appointed civil servants declared their assets to IAAC this month, and the authority reviewed 627 asset declarations.


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