Anti-corruption working group meeting under G20 India Presidency concluded in Tehri
The three-day Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting under the G20 India Presidency concluded in Tehri, Uttarakhand.
An Overview of the News
- Rahul Singh, Additional Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training, chaired the meeting as the Chairman of the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group.
- The meeting focused on combating corruption and discussed various key topics and areas.
- Discussions included asset recovery, fugitive economic offenders, formal and informal channels of cooperation for information sharing, institutional framework to combat corruption and mutual legal assistance.
- Three high-level principles were agreed upon: promoting the integrity and effectiveness of responsible public bodies and officials, international law enforcement cooperation and information sharing, and preventing and combating corruption.
- The meeting saw the participation of over 90 delegates from 20 member states, 10 invitees and representatives of nine international organisations.
Formation - 9 November 2000
District - 13
Governor - Gurmeet Singh
Chief Minister - Pushkar Singh Dhami
Legislative Assembly - Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly (70 seats)
Rajya Sabha - 3 seats
Lok Sabha - 5 seats
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