THE chief technical advisor for the Fundamental Reform Program, within the Office of the Prime Minister says the work on the anti-corruption Bill is now complete and should be ready for the next parliament session.
Moses Saitala in an exclusive interview with the Solomon Star said his team had completed all their work on the Bill including changes made with the help from consultants.
“It will be further scrutinised by the Parliamentary Legislative Committee and we expect it to be ready on the month of February next year to go before parliament.”
He said the Bill covers all sectors in the government including the private sector, so they are very happy to have it complete while waiting for the legislative committee to have their say on it.
“The Bill will truly help the country progress in development and we are all hopeful for it to be passed in the next parliament sitting.”
By AATAI JOHN