South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission

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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.

Directorates

The SSACC is divided into the following directors.

  1. Finance
  2. Administration
  3. Corruption Prevention
  4. States Coordination
  5. Investigations and Legal Services

Management

Ruot Duany is the Director for Research and Information.

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