31 Oct 2018, Kathmandu
An investigative book on corruption penned by Kedar Khadka, a journalist involving in the anti-corruption campaign, has been launched in the market.
Published by Eureka Publication, the ‘Nepal: Corruption Conundrum’ has assessed that the weak legal and organizational structure and political instability had contributed a lot for the growing cases of corruption in the country.
The book has also analyzed the legal and organizational anti-corruption efforts since issuance of the Civil Code in 1854 to the recent ones.
The writer has also employed the ‘compare and contrast’ method for illustrating works and modus operandi of 19 anti-corruption watch-dog organizations and their effectiveness and their ambivalent role with the international practices.
The book also evaluates the issues relating to corruption and has offered recommendations at policy making level and organization level to combat corruption.