Analysis

(Amendment) Bill, 2013

Addressing some of the key implications of the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, 2013

In order to have an effective and exhaustive framework to combat corruption, a bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha in August 2013 to amend the existing Prevention of Corruption Act (“Prevention of Corruption Act (Amendment) Bill, 1988'). While the added and revised provisions will come into effect only after the Parliament gives its nod, the Cabinet on 9 January 2014 provided its post-facto approval to introduce the amendments.

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This document has been designed to provide a ground view of some of the key changes suggested in the Amendment Bill that could have an implication on organizations and how these could be faced.

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