The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is the first modern form of democratic institution with the major functions to prevent and prohibit corruption within the public sector of the Maldives. The ACC was established on 16 October 2008. Prior to 2008, the function of corruption control was mandated to the Anti-Corruption Board (ACB)—a government agency established by Presidential decree on 21 April 1991.
Huravee Building, 2nd Floor
Ameer ahmed Magu, Malé City, Maldives