Vanuatu's Right to Information a significant step - Transparency | Pacific Beat

Vanuatu's Right to Information a significant step - Transparency

Vanuatu's Right to Information a significant step - Transparency

Updated 11 April 2014, 7:51 AEST

Vanuatu's government is to introduce a Right To Information policy to combat poor governance and corruption.

The move comes after a number of corruption issues culminated in a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Moana Carcasses.

The R-T-I will enforce public access to electoral matters and policy formulation.

Marie-Noelle Ferrieux-Patterson is the president of Transparency Vanuatu and she joins us now.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Marie-Noelle Ferrieux-Patterson, president, Transparency Vanuatu

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