Regulatory Bodies

Mauritius has a well-developed, stable and transparent regulatory framework based on international standards. There are various bodies that monitor and regulate a variety of sectors, including business, government, banking, finance, taxation, shipping, insurance, employment, rights and intellectual property. 

The bodies and agencies that regulate government include the Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC), which investigates allegations of corruption, including money laundering, and the Ombudsman’s Office, which addresses complaints of maladministration against Ministries/Government Departments and local and regional authorities.

Agencies that protect the rights of citizens and workers include the National Human Rights Commission, the Equal Opportunities Commission, and the Employment Relations Tribunal, among others. 

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