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Election should be less costly : CIAA

Radio Nepal 25 Dec, 2020 8:20 am

President Bhandari receiving CIAA’s annual report

Kathmandu- The anti-grafts body, CIAA, has furnished a 16-point recommendation to the government while submitting its annual report to the President on Thursday.

The recommendations include reviewing of the costly election system, formulation of a clear policy to establish a fund for the political parties and their candidates and candidates contesting for public posts and mobilization of such fund via banking channel.

According to CIAA Spokesperson Taranath Adhikari, such practice will help lessen corruption.

It has further suggested the government managing a reasonable salary to the officials of all levels so that they could meet their basic requirements. The salary should be timely reviewed in line with the increasing market price.

The CIAA further pointed the need of setting up service centres, token system, accountability and human and infrastructures development in offices having a huge flow of service seekers.

The Land Revenue Office, Survey Office, Transport Office, Foreign Employment contact office and other at local levels need change to ensure convenience and quality service to the public, CIAA said, suggesting further transparency and effectiveness in the contract and public procurement process.

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