Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Rebuilding Transparency in South Sudan

The Enough Project published on 27 July 2016 a study titled "A Hope from Within? Countering the Intentional Destruction of Governance and Transparency in South Sudan" by Brian Adeba, a journalist by training.

The report reviews the weaknesses of three of South Sudan's governance institutions that are the most critical to establishing accountability: the Anti-Corruption Commission, the National Audit Chamber, and the Public Accounts Committee in the National Legislative Assembly. All three institutions face considerable operational challenges that have undercut their effectiveness in implementing their constitutional mandates.

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