South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission
The South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission (SSACC) is an autonomous and impartial body corporate. It was established to protect public property and to investigate cases of corruption with a view to protecting public property. It was established under Section 147 of the Interim Constitution of Southern Sudan, 2005 as read with Section 6 of the Southern Sudan Anti-Corruption Act, 2009. The SSACC also combats administrative malpractices in public institutions.
The SSACC is divided into the following directors.
- Corruption Prevention
- States Coordination
- Investigations and Legal Services
Ruot Duany is the Director for Research and Information.
- Oil and South Sudan
- Statement by President to the National Legislature on the current oil crisis
- Legislative Assembly adopts Annual Report of the South Sudan Anticorruption Commission
- September 3, 2012: Minister Dau says citizens have a role to play fighting corruption; Highlights transparency in petroleum & mining ministry