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Anti Corruption Commission (ACC)
The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) Bangaldesh was created through an act promulgated on 23 February 2004 that into force on 09 May 2004. The first set of office bearers were appointed on 21 November 2004. The following day, it commenced its journey with a mission, a vow to make a difference to the Nation’s anti corruption initiatives and a fresh mandate. “Anti Corruption Commission” (ACC) in the Bangla language “Durnite Domon Commission Bangladesh (DUDOK)”.
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