Transparency Solomon Islands believes, the fight against corruption has to engage at all levels with dedicated leadership, practical methods, sharp weapons and strong energy.
The corruption watchdog made this complimentary remark to the government’s policy framework launched last week.
TSI says Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) assures the country, it is determined to “fight corruption head-on”.
Whilst welcoming the announcement, TSI cautions the government against thinking that it can drive away corruption by making statements about it.
It says clear, practical and effective steps to clean up the performance of the public sector need to be taken without delay.
A statement from the TSI says, it is ready to help strengthen the national anti-corruption machinery, and to make sure existing and proposed institutions, including the ICAC is practical and works efficiently in our legal and social conditions.