Independent Commission Against Corruption

Several places have organisations called the Independent Commission Against Corruption:

  • Independent Commission Against Corruption (Hong Kong), established in 1974.
  • Independent Commission Against Corruption (New South Wales), established in 1988.
  • Korea Independent Commission Against Corruption, established in 2002, merged into Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission in 2008.

Other articles related to "independent commission against corruption, corruption":

David Ipp - Career - Independent Commission Against Corruption
... In November 2009, Ipp was appointed as the Commissioner of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), replacing Jerrold Cripps whose fixed term had expired ... ICAC investigations including the investigation of corruption allegations against Karyn Paluzzano during her term as Member for Penrith and the ICAC study of lobbying in NSW ...

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