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G20 members support four main ACWG issues: KPK

Jakarta (ANTARA) – G20 member states have expressed support for the four priority issues presented by the Commission for the Eradication of Corruption (KPK) during the meeting of the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group (ACWG). said Mochamad Hadiyana, KPK deputy in charge of information and data.

Delegates from G20 countries expressed support for the four priority issues during the first round of the ACWG meeting from March 28-31, 2022.

“The ACWG meeting under Indonesia’s G20 chairmanship went well, especially the four priority issues we presented received support from G20 member countries,” Hadiyana, who is also the chairman of the G20, said on Friday. the ACWG.

He said discussion on the four priority issues will continue during the second round of ACWG meetings in July.

The four priority issues cover the role of audits in the fight against corruption, public participation and anti-corruption education, the supervision of “professional facilitators” in money laundering offenses and the eradication of corruption in the renewable energy sector, he said.

According to Hadiyana, the first question, which is included in the high-level principle, will be a binding political document.

“The excellent progress in discussing the HLP issue was an achievement that would be a milestone for Indonesia in the G20 presidency,” he said.

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In addition, on the second question, delegates will submit a questionnaire circulated by the Indonesian Presidency which will be assembled as a compendium, which is due on April 18, 2022.

Then, on the third question, delegates will send their documents in compendium form, which is due in July or at the second round of ACWG meetings.

Exposure to multiple groups of participants and a joint session with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) can be used to enrich the draft briefing note, Hadiyana explained.

“We hope that the support of G20 member states and all groups of participants in the first round of the G20 ACWG can continue in completing and submitting documents for the compendium according to the deadline,” he said. added.

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