Pacific Anti-Corruption Updates (22 July 2017): Fiji, Solomon Islands

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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FIJI:
Corruption perception changing at Land Transport Authority.  Land Transport Authority chief executive Carmine Piantedosi saystheir zero tolerance policy is being taken seriously and any reports on any corruption related matters are dealt with immediately.

SOLOMON ISLANDS:
Minister travels overseas, no reply to secret meeting.  Minister for Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification David Day Pacha allegedly flew overseas to hold a secret meeting with an Asian miner.

To know more about the UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Project please contact the team members:
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

Maria Lee, Peace & Development Administrative Assistant, UNDP/UNODC, maria.lee@undp.org

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