U.N. CONVENTION AGAINST CORRUPTION REVIEW PUBLISHED SOON
The Government has announced it will release the UN Convention Against Corruption Solomon Islands Review Report to the public.
In a statement issued today, the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet says the Solomon Islands underwent a review of its implementation of UNCAC Chapter III on criminalization and law enforcement, and Chapter IV on international cooperation in 2013-2014.
In that intergovernmental peer review process, Solomon Islands was reviewed by experts from Iraq and the Slovak Republic.
It is a confidential process, but in the spirit of being open and transparent, the Government has decided that its UNCAC review report would be a public document.
The findings of the process will be discussed for the first time with all relevant stakeholders.