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TIB members call for effective steps for good governance

 
 
 
 
Members of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) urged for strong political will, establishment of rule of law and effective role of Anti-corruption Commission (ACC) for building the country in line with the spirit of Liberation War, making the parliament more effective and bringing stability in politics. There were urged at the Annual Members Meeting held on 21 June at Hotel Abakash in Dhaka. Member of the TIB Trustee Board Dr A T M Shamsul Huda spoke on the occasion as the Chief Guest and Dr M Nuruddin, Member of the Advisory Committee to the Board chaired the meeting. TIB’s Executive Director Dr Iftekharuzzzaman moderated the programme.
The annual meeting also demanded devising an action plan for successful implementation of the National Integrity Strategy (NIS). Members suggested enhancing the power, resources and skills of the National Integrity Implementation Unit (NIIU) administered by the Cabinet Division and devising an NIS implementation action plans for all targeted institutions.

 

  
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

Dr Huda said, “TIB is playing supportive role by identifying governance challenges of service delivery institutions through in-depth research so that these institutions can overcome governance challenges and reduce corruption in the long run.”    
 

 


TIB is playing supportive role by identifying governance challenges of service delivery institutions through in-depth research so that these institutions can overcome governance challenges and reduce corruption in the long run - Dr A T M Shamsul Huda

 
 
Mentionable that, TIB started its membership programme to adjoin citizens aiming to strengthen anti corruption social movement.
 
 
Till to date 347 TIB members from different walks of the society and professions have joined the programme and been providing strategic guidance to firther strengthen the anti-corruption movement. The meeting adopted a declaration demanding justice for abductions, disappearances and killings; ensure transparency in Padma bridge construction; banning scope of whitening black money; empowerment of women; strengthening of local government through effective decentralization of power and ensuring independence of judiciary in real terms.