A. reduce corruption in public life
B. protect the rights of public servants
C. enhance probity and accountability in public service
D. ensure the independence of the public service
Option A – reduce corruption in public life
The Code of Conduct Bureau was essentially established to reduce corruption in public life.
The Code of Conduct Bureau works with its own Code of Conduct Tribunal, where corrupt public officers are punished according to the gravity of the offence including dismissal from the office, forfeiture of any property acquired in abuse or corruption of office.
As already has indicated above the essence of the existence of Code of Conduct Bureau is to maintain national ethics, eliminate corruption and then encourage productivity in the polity.