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Rewarding and Protecting of Corruption Reporting

  • Data Source:Food and Drug Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2017-07-18
  • Last Updated:2017-07-18

 “Cleaning out corruption to build a clean and competent government” is the expectation of the Taiwanese people, and “encouraging reports of corruption and providing substantial protection” is an important measure for combatting corruption and building a clean and competent government. To encourage the reporting of corruption, the Executive Yuan promulgated and enforced amendments to the Anti-Corruption Informant Rewards and Protection Regulations(hereinafter referred to as “Rewards and Protection Regulations”) on March 16, 2016, which included “the scope of offenses reported that are to be rewarded”, “the addition of reasons for not granting a reward”, and “the addition of the exception of granting one-tenth of the full reward to an informant who has provided concrete evidence of significant, substantial assistance to the investigation of a case despite the reported fact being inconsistent with the adjudicative fact”

  Although tip-offs are conducive to the investigation of corruption, the identity of informants must be kept confidential in order to protect them, safeguarding the rights and interests of informants and, at the same time, encouraging members of the public to bravely report any corruption by granting rewards.

  With the dedication of government employee ethics officers and the Agency Against Corruption (AAC) in related anti-corruption work and the full support of chief officials, we believe that we can without a doubt accomplish the objective of “Honest Government, Faithful Society, and Clean Homeland”.