Pacific Anti-Corruption Updates – 31 Dec 2016: PNG, Solomons


These updates are provided by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Anti-Corruption Project for Southeast Asia, and the joint UNODC - United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption (UN-PRAC) Project, with support of the Australian Government.

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SOLOMON ISLANDS
Police Arrest Sikua.  Taskforce Janus got its biggest “fish” to date with the arrest of Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Police, National Security, and Correctional Services, Edmond Sikua.

PNG:
Civil servants must not steal: Judge.  Publicservants are employed by the Government and appointed to senior positions to serve the people and not to steal from their employer, Deputy Chief Justice Sir Gibbs Salika says.

For more information about the UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption (UN-PRAC) Project, please contact:
Maria Adomeit, Regional Anti-Corruption Adviser, UNODC, maria.adomeit@unodc.org
Mihaela Stojkoska, Anti-Corruption Specialist - Pacific, UNDP, mihaela.stojkoska@undp.org
Luisa Senibulu, Governance Programme Associate, UNDP/UNODC, luisa.senibulu@undp.org
Samita Singh, Programme Assistant - Anti-Corruption, UNDP/UNODC, samita.singh@undp.org

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