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Commission for the Prevention of Corruption

The Commission for the Prevention of Corruption is responsible for the prevention of corruption, the reduction of corruption risks, enhancing integrity, supervision, and the investigation of cases of suspected corrupt practices.

The Commission for the Prevention of Corruption consists of three members, namely the Chief Commissioner and two deputies.  The Chief Commissioner manages and organises the Commission’s work; in decision-making on substantive matters, the votes of the Chief Commissioner and the two deputies have equal weight. The Commission adopts decisions on substantive matters at sessions by a majority vote of all its members.

The Chief Commissioner and two deputies are appointed by the President of the Republic for terms of six and five years respectively on the basis of the prior opinion of the special selection committee consisting of the representatives of all three branches of power and civil society