Dar said that NAB was the focal institution in order to have country review of Pakistan under the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC
).All the concerned ministries/divisions/ departments of the government of Pakistan including NAB should meet the requirements of the joint reviewers in the effective implementation of UN Convention during the upcoming country visit he added.
Tugna said his bill was meant to implement one of the goals of Uncac
which mandates member countries to "take measures, in accordance with the fundamental principles of its domestic law, to prevent corruption involving the private sector, enhance accounting and auditing standards in the private sector, and, where appropriate, provide effective, proportionate and dissuasive civil, administrative or criminal penalties for failure to comply with such measures."
He said that ACAG has agreed to work with NAB on primary areas including measures related to United Nation Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC
) implementation in the country and serve as an Anti-Corruption knowledge-sharing and coordination platform for the government counterparts and members from the international community.
He said that out of his country's abidance by the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC
), Kuwait finished over the last period preparations for responding to an evaluation pertaining to implementing items of this international convention.
He said during this four day meaningful and exhaustive activity from September 7-10, foreign reviewers along with UNODC officials remained engaged with the local experts from all relevant departments and organizations of Pakistan regarding incorporation and implementation of the provisions of UNCAC
to meet the parameters and objectives set forth in the convention.
The sixth session of the Conference of the States Parties to the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC
) came together in St.
He also highlighted the role of NAB as central authority of the Government of Pakistan, signatory of UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC