The National Anti-Corruption Committee

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) of Thailand is an independent government agency responsible for investigating and combating corruption in Thailand. It receives and investigates complaints of corruption involving state officials, has the power to gather evidence, recommend prosecution, freeze assets, and impose penalties. The NACC also promotes anti-corruption measures, provides education and training on corruption prevention, and monitors the assets and liabilities of public officials. It operates with a mandate of impartiality and transparency, and its commissioners are appointed by the King of Thailand on the recommendation of the Senate.

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