The Bribery or Corruption Allegation Investigation Commission has issued a stern directive,
setting a deadline for the submission of asset declarations from various high-profile figures, including the President, the Prime Minister, public servants, and media heads.
This move comes in accordance with the recently enacted Bribery or Corruption Allegations Act.
Under the provisions of the new legislation, approximately 150,000 individuals, comprising politicians, public servants, and media leaders, are mandated to submit detailed asset and liability statements to the Bribery or Corruption Allegations Commission on an annual basis.
The scope of the directive extends to individuals across thirty-one different sectors.
The deadline for compliance with this mandatory disclosure is fixed at March 31st of each year, adding a sense of urgency to the process.