GOPAC Chapters

Regional

 

African Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption (APNAC)
Chair: H.E. Justin Muturi, MP
Website: www.apnacafrica.org

Arab Region Parliamentarians Against
Corruption (ARPAC)

Chair: Dr. Naser Al-Sane
Website: www.arpacnetwork.org

GOPAC Latin America and the Caribbean
Chair: Dr. Carlos Alberto Perez Cuevas
Website: www.gopacnetwork.org.mx

GOPAC Oceania
Chair: Hon. Lord Fusitu’a, MP
Website: www.facebook.com/gopacoceania

Southeast Asian Parliamentarians Against Corruption (SEAPAC)
Chair: Hon. Dr. Fadli Zon, MP
Website: seapac.dpr.go.id

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*GOPAC has regional chapters developing in the Caribbean and in the South Asia regions.

 

GOPAC’s regional chapters work within a local context, strengthening the capacity of parliamentarians to address issues of corruption and promote good governance. The GOPAC Global Secretariat serves as the global point of contact for GOPAC and its regional chapter.

Parliamentarians in the regional chapters work towards fighting corruption through mutual support and knowledge sharing. They identify opportunities to implement international and regional accords and treaties in their area of the world and strengthen the capacity of parliamentarians to fulfill their oversight role in parliament. Examples of activities include oversight of anti-corruption conventions and their implementation (GOPAC Latin America and the Caribbean), access to information legislation (ARPAC) and broadening activities at the national chapter level (APNAC).

Regional Chapter Development Documents

 

National

 

African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC)

APNAC-Benin
Chair: Hon. Augustin Ahouanvoebla, MP

APNAC-Burkina Faso
Chair: Hon. G. Rossan Noel Toe, MP

APNAC-Cameroon
Chair:
Sen. Dr. Flambeau Ngayab, MP

APNAC-Chad
Chair: Hon. Tchari Madi, MP

APNAC-Congo
Chair:
Hon. Jose Cyr Ebina, MP

APNAC-Côte d’Ivoire
Chair: Hon. Sidibe Abdoulaye

APNAC-Democratic Republic of Congo
Chair: Hon. Jean-Pierre Pazi Zapamba Buka, MP

APNAC-Gambia
Chair: Hon. Cherno Jallow, MP

APNAC-Ghana
Chair: Hon Emmanuel K. Bedzrah, MP

APNAC-Kenya
Chair: Hon Shakeel Shabbir Ahmed, MP

APNAC-Mali
Chair: TBC

APNAC-Mozambique
Chair:
Hon. Namburete Eduardo, MP

APNAC-Niger
Chair:
Hon. Mamane Halima, MP

APNAC-Nigeria
Chair: Hon. Sen. Suleiman Abdu Kwari

APNAC Nigeria
Chair: Sen. Suleiman Abdu Kwari
Website: gopacnigeria.org

APNAC-Rwanda
Chair: Hon. Sen. Jean Nepomuscene Sindikubwabo

APNAC-Senegal
Chair: Hon Cheick Seck. MP

APNAC-Tanzania
Chair: Hon Capt (Ret) George Huruma Mkuchika, MP

APNAC-Uganda
Chair: Hon Gerald Kafureeka Karuhanga, MP

APNAC-Zambia
Chair: Hon Cornelius Mweetwa, MP

APNAC-Zimbabwe
Chair: Hon Willias Madzimure, MP

 

Arab Region Parliamentarians Against
Corruption (ARPAC)
 

ARPAC Algeria
Chair: Mr Mahi Bahi Ammar

ARPAC Bahrain
Chair: Hon Yousif Zainal

ARPAC Egypt
Chair: Dr Gamal Zahran

ARPAC Iraq
Chair: Hon Sheikh Sabah Al-Saedi

ARPAC Jordan
Chair: Dr Mamdouh Al-Abbadi

KUPAC (Kuwait)
Chair: Dr Naser Al Sane

LEBPAC (Lebanon)
Chair: Hon Ghassan Moukheiber

ARPAC Libya
Chair: Dr Majda El Fallah

MoPAC (Morocco)
Chair: Hon Abdel Aziz Omari

ARPAC Palestine
Chair: Dr Azmi Saleh El Shuaibi

ARPAC Qatar
Chair: H.E. Ahmad bin Abdulla bin Zaid Al Mahmoud, MP

YEMENPAC (Yemen)
Chair: Hon Abdulbari Abdullah Dughaish

 

GOPAC Latin America and the Caribbean

GOPAC Argentina
Chair: Ms Paula Maria Bertol

GOPAC Brazil
Chair: Mr Antonio Carlos Mendes Thame

GOPAC Chile
Chair: Sen Hernan Larrain

GOPAC Ecuador
Chair: Dr Miguel Moreta Panchez

GOPAC El Salvador
Chair: Mr Sigfrido Reyes

GOPAC Mexico
Chair: Hon. Carlos Alberto Pérez Cuevas
Website: www.gopacnetwork.org.mx

GOPAC Peru
Chair: Hon. Marco Antonio Arana Zegarra

GOPAC Oceania

GOPAC Australia
Chair: Hon. Ms. Margaret Quirk. MP

GOPAC Cook Islands
Chair:

GOPAC Fiji
Chair: Hon. Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu, MP

GOPAC Kiribati
Chair: H.E. Tangariki Reete, MP

GOPAC New Zealand
Chair: H.E. Anne Tolley, MP

GOPAC Samoa
Chair:
Hon. Taefu Lemi Taefu, MP

GOPAC Tonga
Chair: Lord Fusitu’a, MP

Chapters in formation: Tuvalu, Niue, Nauru, Palau

 

Southeast Asian Parliamentarians Against Corruption (SEAPAC) 

GOPAC Indonesia
Chair: Hon. Dr. Fadli Zon, MP
Website: seapac.dpr.go.id

GOPAC Malaysia
Chair: Hon. Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang, MP

GOPAC Philippines
Chair:

GOPAC Timor-Leste
Chair: Hon. Francisco Miranda Branco, MP

 

South Asian Parliamentarians Against Corruption (SAPAC) –  (Regional chapter in development)

GOPAC Bangladesh
Chair: Dr Anisul Islam Mahmud

GOPAC Nepal
Chair: Hon. Jagannath Khatiwada, MP

GOPAC Sri Lanka
Chair: Hon. Abdul Rauff Hakeem, MP

 

National chapters not affiliated with a regional chapter

GOPAC Albania
Chair: Hon Namik Dokle

GOPAC Azerbaijan
Chair: Hon Ali Huseynli

GOPAC Bosnia and Herzegovina
Chair: Mrs Dusanka Majkic
Website: www.parlament.ba/committee/read/56

GOPAC Canada
Chair: Mr Daryl Kramp

GOPAC Italy
Chair: Hon Guglielmo Picchi

GOPAC Kosovo
Chair: Hon Valdete Dushica Bajrami

GOPAC Kyrgyzstan

GOPAC Moldova
Chair: Mrs Liliana Palihovici & Mr Veaceslav Untila

GOPAC Mongolia
Chair: Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai

GOPAC Serbia
Chair: Hon Dubravka Filipovski
Website: gopacsrbija.wordpress.com

GOPAC UK (The All-Party Parliamentary
Group on Anti-Corruption)

Chair: Ms Catherine McKinnell
Website: www.anticorruptionappg.org

GOPAC Ukraine
Chair: Hon Viktor Chumak
Website: gopac.antac.org.ua

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOPAC’s national chapters hold a special position in helping individual members within their own countries to combat corruption. National chapters are particularly effective in implementing change and producing results due to their ability to focus on specific areas of concern. Activities within GOPAC’s national chapters have included: introducing a number of bills related to fighting corruption and money laundering in the legislature and ensuring that said bills are passed and implemented by the government of the day; obtaining significant public visibility and political significance; serving as professional development support for members and engaging civil society in anti-corruption efforts.

 

National Chapter Development Documents

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