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Transparency International supports Ramdev

Press Trust of India  |  Bhubaneswar 

Corruption watchdog today supported in his crusade to bring back black money stashed abroad and his demand for an effective bringing the highest authorities under its purview.

India (TII) has been demanding ratification of United Nation Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) as a step for the recovery of stolen assets, a statement released by the organisation said.

Despite repeated reminders, the government has not ratified UNCAC, TII said, adding Article 51 of the Convention provides for the return of assets to countries of origin as a fundamental principle.

Countries that are bound by the convention have to render specific forms of mutual legal assistance in gathering and transferring evidence for use in court, to extradite offenders.



"This is something that TII has been demanding and so is The convention requires countries to establish criminal and other offences to cover a wide range of acts of corruption, if these are not already crimes under domestic law," TII said.

Along with the (GSSB), TII has been demanding an effective Lokpal which brings under its purview Prime Minister, ministers and members of Parliament.

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Transparency International supports Ramdev

Corruption watchdog Transparency International today supported Baba Ramdev in his crusade to bring back black money stashed abroad and his demand for an effective Lok Pal Bill bringing the highest authorities under its purview.

Corruption watchdog today supported in his crusade to bring back black money stashed abroad and his demand for an effective bringing the highest authorities under its purview.

India (TII) has been demanding ratification of United Nation Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) as a step for the recovery of stolen assets, a statement released by the organisation said.

Despite repeated reminders, the government has not ratified UNCAC, TII said, adding Article 51 of the Convention provides for the return of assets to countries of origin as a fundamental principle.

Countries that are bound by the convention have to render specific forms of mutual legal assistance in gathering and transferring evidence for use in court, to extradite offenders.

"This is something that TII has been demanding and so is The convention requires countries to establish criminal and other offences to cover a wide range of acts of corruption, if these are not already crimes under domestic law," TII said.

Along with the (GSSB), TII has been demanding an effective Lokpal which brings under its purview Prime Minister, ministers and members of Parliament.

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Transparency International supports Ramdev

Corruption watchdog today supported in his crusade to bring back black money stashed abroad and his demand for an effective bringing the highest authorities under its purview.

India (TII) has been demanding ratification of United Nation Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) as a step for the recovery of stolen assets, a statement released by the organisation said.

Despite repeated reminders, the government has not ratified UNCAC, TII said, adding Article 51 of the Convention provides for the return of assets to countries of origin as a fundamental principle.

Countries that are bound by the convention have to render specific forms of mutual legal assistance in gathering and transferring evidence for use in court, to extradite offenders.

"This is something that TII has been demanding and so is The convention requires countries to establish criminal and other offences to cover a wide range of acts of corruption, if these are not already crimes under domestic law," TII said.

Along with the (GSSB), TII has been demanding an effective Lokpal which brings under its purview Prime Minister, ministers and members of Parliament.

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