Reformation of the Anti Corruption Commission
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The actual Anti Corruption Commission Act (2004), introduced because of the BNP-led Bangladesh Parliament, legislated its replacement because of the ACC. The Act improved on past law by doing the ACC nominally self-sufficient and financially autonomous, providing for Unique Judges for problem prosecutions and allowing prosecution of members on the Government without the permission on the Government. However, during the entire remainder of the BNP-led government phrase, the ACC achieved little in the face of pervasive high-level blockage and continuing vulnerable political will with regard to practical results.

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