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Board of Trustees

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On 20/6/2020, decree no. 89 of 2020 was issued, appointing the NAZAHA's President, Vice-President, and the members of the Board of Trustees:


 

Mr. Abdul Aziz Abdul Latif Al IbrahimPresident
Counselor/ Nawaf Abdullah Al MahamelVice-President
Mr. Khaled Abdul Razzaq Al KhaledMember
Dr. Mashael Abdulaziz Al HajriMember
Counselor / Hussam Syed Ali BehbehaniMember
Mr. Nawaf Abdullah Al BadrMember
Mr. Abdulaziz Mansour Al Mansour​             Member

 

Membership in the Board of Trustees lasts for 4 years and is renewable up to one year (Article 9 of law 2/2016).

Article 9 of NAZAHA's establishment law lists membership conditions for the Board of Trustee. The Board member must be:

  1. A Kuwaiti citizen.
  2. Not under 40 years of age.
  3. Holder of at least a Bachelor's degree.
  4. Reputable and should not have been issued a conclusive judicial sentence in a corruption case or in a crime involving moral turpitude or dishonesty.

The same article stipulates that "the member must be a whole-timer at the Board of Trustees."

In addition, there are rules and regulations that oblige the President, Board of the Trustees members, and staff of KANCOR to fulfill their tasks in transparency and integrity and without conflict of interests. The most significant of these rules and regulations is stated in Article 15 of KANCOR's establishment law: "The President, members of the Board of Trustees and the staff of the Authority are forbidden to disclose any secret, information or data that reached their knowledge through the performance of their duties in cases other than those stipulated by this law."

Also, Article 16 states that "The President, members of the Board of Trustees and any employee of the Authority are forbidden, during their tour of duty, to do the following:

  1. To do any business by himself or in his capacity as a procurator, a guardian, a custodian or a curator, or retain others to do so.
  2. To practice any occupation, profession or other paid or unpaid work, including holding of an office or a position in the government, public agencies and institutions, a company or a private business.
  3. To participate in the membership of the board of directors or provide direct or indirect service or consultancy to any party.
  4. To receive material compensation, directly or indirectly, from any party."

Moreover, Article 17 states that "Regulations governing the activities of the members of the Board of Trustees and its current and former staff shall be issued by a decision of the Council of Ministers on the proposal of the Board of Trustees."

Monitoring over the members of the Board of Trustees has been designed to be exemplary. It is a model for persons subject to financial disclosure. Article 33 stipulates in the 3rd paragraph that "the President and members of the Board of Trustees shall file their statements with the president of the Supreme Judiciary Council who will submit them to an examining committee composed of three judges commissioned for this matter, if the committee found a suspicion of Illicit Gain, it shall refer them to the competent public prosecution to take action as appropriate."

Article 10 of the same law identifies the Board of Trustee's terms of reference:

  1. To make the anti-corruption general policy in cooperation with the relevant authorities and develop its necessary implementing plans and programs.
  2. To adopt the organizational structure of the functions, the internal rules of the financial and administrative affairs and decisions that regulate working for the Authority without prejudice to the provisions of articles (5 and 38) of the Decree by Law No. (15) for the year 1979 regarding civil service.
  3. To approve the agreements and contracts entered into by the Authority, which are relevant to its terms of reference.
  4. To create a committee or more that it believes to be necessary for its work.
  5. To adopt the draft budget of the Authority and its final account before submission to the competent agencies.
  6. To adopt and publish the annual general report of the Authority.
  7. To submit a biannual report to the National Assembly and the Council of Ministers containing activities related to prevention and fight against corruption, obstacles, drawbacks and proposed recommendations.
  8. To publish all information and data on corruption offences after having been ascertained by a conclusive judicial judgment. 

Any matter under the competence of the Authority and its objectives to be presented by the President or two members of the Board.