Shehryar Gul named Pakistan’s third Integrity Idol Winner at national ceremony

The Deputy Commissioner in Mir Pur Khas honoured for his responsible, honest and accountable approach to government, by using innovation to transform lives of citizens.

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Mirpurkhas deputy commissioner announced 2018 Integrity Idol

Mr Gul was chosen out of more than 300 nominees for his dedication to serving citizens and carrying out his duties honestly. He was announced the winner before national officials and dignitaries, including high-level political party representatives, foreign ambassadors, public servants and citizens.

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First ‘Integrity Idol’ celebrated in Pakistan

Rai Manzoor Nasir, Secretary of the Punjab Cooperative Board for Liquidation, has been named Pakistan’s first ‘Integrity Idol’, winning 7,000 out of 20,000 votes cast in a competition run by the American NGO Accountability Lab.

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Pakistan celebrates first ‘Integrity Idol’

There is no glitter or pop music, but Integrity Idol aims to do much more than choose a hit new boyband…

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Rai Manzoor named Pakistan’s first ever Integrity Idol winner

Before a crowd of more than 500 national officials and dignitaries at the National Library of Pakistan, including high-level political party representatives, foreign ambassadors, public servants, and engaged citizens, Rai Manzoor Husain Nasir was named Pakistan’s first ever Integrity Idol winner on Wednesday.

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Pakistan’s ‘Integrity Idol’ Hunts For Honest Bureaucrats

Pakistan routinely ranks among the world’s most corrupt countries, but reality TV show “Integrity Idol” aims to tackle the scourge by highlighting some of the nation’s honest bureaucrats.

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Integrity summit 2016: what can we learn from integrity idols in pakistan?

In January 2017, the Accountability Lab brought together the winners of Integrity Idol Pakistan 2016, experts in anti-corruption and governance (including Brig Mussadiq Abbasi, former Director General of the National Accountability Bureau, Pakistan), Executive Director of the Accountability Lab, Blair Glencorse, and around 25 other representatives from civil society organizations.

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