Applications are invited from persons who are qualified under Section10 (2) of the Anti-Corruption (Amendment) Act (No 19) of 2021 for appointment to the Advisory Council of the Anti-Corruption Commission.

 The functions of the Advisory Council are to:

 (a) oversee the administrative policy of the Commission;

 (b) review and recognize provisions of laws for the prevention of corruption and make  recommendations  to the President for their effective implementation.

The Advisory Council shall not interfere with the functioning or operation of the Commission in respect   of any enquiry or conduct of investigation under this Act or any matter relating thereto.  The Commissioner may seek the advice and guidance of the Advisory Council on any matter under this Act. However, where the Advisory Council is of the opinion that the Commissioner is susceptible to disqualification under section 7(2) of the Anti-Corruption Act, the Advisory Council shall make a report to the President.

A person is qualified for appointment as a member of the Advisory Council on the basis of integrity and qualification or experience in the field of (a) anti-corruption, (b) law or law enforcement, (c) accounting, finance or administration, or (d) investigation, including forensic investigation.


A person appointed as a member of the Advisory Council shall hold office for a term of three years and shall be eligible for reappointment.


The remuneration or allowance of the member of the Advisory Council shall be such as may be prescribed.

Applications and detailed CVs including qualifications, experience and the names of two referees should reach the Office of the Chairman, the Constitutional Appointments Authority, 1st Floor, La Ciotat Building, Mont Fleuri, on or before Friday 12th August 2022. Applications can also be submitted by e-mail. E:mail:-  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For any queries, please telephone : +248 4322504

It is recommended that applicants visit the CAA in particular the CAA Rules and Guidelines on the Selection and Appointment of Constitutional Appointees (Other than Judicial Officers) and Appointees made under the Laws of Seychelles(Acts).


Useful links -  Electoral Commission - Auditor General - Seylii  - Attorney General Office  - State House - Seychelles Broadcasting corporation

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