Member countries and economies

 

Today, 31 countries and jurisdictions of the Asia-Pacific region have formally endorsed the Action Plan and committed to its goals: Afghanistan; Australia; Bangladesh; Bhutan; Cambodia; People’s Republic of China; Cook Islands; Fiji Islands; Hong Kong, China; India; Indonesia; Japan; Kazakhstan; Korea; Kyrgyz Republic; Macao, China; Malaysia; Mongolia; Nepal; Pakistan; Palau; Papua New Guinea; the Philippines; Samoa; Singapore; the Solomon Islands; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Timor-Leste; Vanuatu; and Vietnam.

Each member country has designated a representative to the Initiative's Steering Group:

  • Afghanistan (endorsement of the Action Plan on 1 May 2013)
    Mr. Mohammad Amin KHORAMJI
    Deputy of Technical and Policy Affairs, High Office of Anti-Corruption
  • Australia (endorsement of the Action Plan on 31 October 2003)
    Mr. Tom SHARP
    Senior Legal Officer, Criminal Law Section, Attorney-General's Department 
  • Bangladesh (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Md. Mahiuddin Khan
    Additional Secretary, Cabinet Division, Government Bangladesh
  • Bhutan (endorsement of the Action Plan on 10 May 2007)
    Ms. Kinley YANGZOM
    Chairperson, Anti-Corruption Commission
  • Cambodia (endorsement of the Action Plan on 4 March 2003)
    H.E. Mr. OM Yentieng
    Senior Minister, President of the Anti-Corruption Unit, The Kingdom of Cambodia
  • P.R. China (endorsement of the Action Plan on 19 April 2005)
    Mr. CHEN Long, 
    Divisional Director for International Cooperation, Department of Internation Cooperation and Exchanges, Ministry of Supervision
  • Cook Islands (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Bob Williams
    Head, Financial Intelligence Unit
  • Fiji Islands (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Christopher PRYDE
    Director of Public Prosecutions, Ministry of Justice and Anti-Corruption
  • Hong Kong, China (endorsement of the Action Plan on 3 April 2003)
    Ms. Kitty Choi, JP
    Director of Administration, Chief Secretary for Administration's Office
  • India (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Raj KUMAR
    Joint Secretary (MI), Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance 
  • Indonesia (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Dedie RACHIM
    Director of Fostering Network of KPK, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)
  • Japan (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Eiji UEHARA
    First Secretary, Permanent Delegation of Japan to the OECD
  • Kazakhstan (endorsement of the Action Plan on 22 May 2002 - in Russian)
    Mr. Kairat KAZHAMZHAROV
    Head, Civil Service and Anti-Corruption Kazakhstan
  • Korea (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Ms. Sohee MOON
    Deputy Director, International Relations Division, Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission
  • Kyrgyz Republic (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Zhoomartbek KUBANYCHBEKOV
    Expert for Anti-Corruption Policy, The Government Office of the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Macao, China (endorsement of the Action Plan on 31 March 2006)
    Mr. CHEONG Weng Chon
    Commissioner, Commission Against Corruption
  • Malaysia (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Dato'Sri Haji Abu Kassim Bin Mohamed
    Chief Commissioner, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
  • Mongolia (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Navaansuren Ganbold
    Commissioner General of the Independent Authority against Corruption of Mongolia
  • Nepal (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Lokman Singh KARKI
    Chief Commissioner, Commission for the Investigation of Abuse and Authority
  • Pakistan (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Ms. Aliya RASHID
    Director, National Accountability Bureau
  • Palau (endorsement of the Action Plan on 18 June 2004)
    Mr. Elbuchel Sadang
    Minister of Finance
  • Papua New Guinea (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Nichodemus Mosoro
    Director, Legal Policy and Governance Branch, Department of Justice and Attorney General
  • Philippines (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Justice Conchita Carpio-Morales
    Ombudsman, Office of the Ombudsman
  • Samoa (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Ms. Atalina Ainuu-Enari
    Governor, Central Bank of Samoa
  • Singapore (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Ms. Eunice Chu
    Deputy Director, Planning, Policy and Corporate Relations, Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB)
  • Solomon Islands (endorsement of the Action Plan on 24 August 2012)
    Mr. Derek Futaiasi
    Assistant Secretary to the Prime Minister, Prime Minister's Office
  • Sri Lanka (endorsement of the Action Plan on 27 March 2006)
    Mrs. Dilrukshi Dias WICKRAMASINGHE
    Director General, Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption
  • Thailand (endorsement of the Action Plan on 19 April 2005)
    Mr. Nitiphan Prachuabmoh
    Director, Bureau of International Affairs, National Anti-Corruption Commission
  • Timor-Leste (endorsement of the Action Plan on 14 March 2012)
    Mr. Adérito António Pinto Tilman
    Commissioner, Anti-Corruption Commission
  • Vanuatu (endorsement of the Action Plan on 30 November 2001)
    Mr. Benjamin Shing
    Director, Department of Strategic Policy Coordination and Corporate Service, Ministry of the Prime Minister
  • Vietnam (endorsement of the Action Plan on 13 July 2004)
    Ms. Trinh Nhu Hoa
    Deputy Director General, Department for International Cooperation, Government Inspectorate of Vietnam

 

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