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ACC Controversy May 10, 2010

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, CORRUPTION, JUDICIARY.
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From Daily Star 10/5/2010

A new controversy arises regarding ACC (Anti- Corruption Commission) of Bangladesh with the comment of Mohiuddin khan Alamgir, MP and Chairman of the Public Acctts Committee of Parliament when he says that ACC should be abolished. He argued that when an organization only serve the purpose of the masters then it has no right to exit. He also urges apology from the present ACC for their wrongdoings during the last Caretaker Government.

Present ACC Chief Golam Rahman denied to apologize arguing that ACC is an institution,not an individual. It can’t apologise to anybody.

If we accept the logic of MKA, then many of the Govt and Non-Govt organizations will be needed to be abolished including the police forces. That will be an absurd thing one can imagine.

We should plea for not to abolish the ACC but to strengthen it and make it more independent and autonomous.

An ordinary citizen

Link: Breaking the ACC’s back- ANM Nurul Hoque in Daily Star

Neutered ACC-Shahedul Anam Khan in Daily Star

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