Towards clean governance in asean


GOVERNANCE IS as clean as its dirtiest link

Penang Institute hosts the inaugural Conference of the Asean Coalition for Clean Governance

The Penang Institute was recently repositioned to stimulate and deepen popular discussions about key issues of governance as well as to play a prominent role in regional development.

Its first major international conference brought together some of Asean’s leading proponents of clean governance including Abhisit Vejjajiva, Ambiga Sreenevasan, Anwar Nasution, Paul Low and Risa Hontiveros.

The realisation of the inaugural Asean Coalition for Clean Governance four years after Lim Guan Eng became Chief Minister of Penang is a milestone in the struggle to demonstrate that local government, national government and regional government are strongly interconnected.

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