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Fighting Corruption in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Progress and Challenges, 2009-2013
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  10 Sep 2013
Pages: 200 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264201873 , OECD Code: 282013011P1
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During several past years countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia have introduced important anti-corruption reforms. However, corruption remains high in the region. This report identifies progress achieved in the region as well as remaining challenges which require further action by countries. The report analyses three broad areas of anti-corruption work, including anti-corruption policies and institutions, criminalisation of corruption and law-enforcement, and measures to prevent corruption in public administration and in the business sector. The analysis is illustrated by examples of good practice from various countries and comparative cross-country data.


The report focuses on eight countries in the region which participate in the OECD/ACN initiative knows as the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan which including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. It also presents examples from other countries in the region to give a broader perspective for the analysis. The report covers the period between 2008 and 2012, when the second round of monitoring of Istanbul Action Plan countries was implemented, and is based on the results of this monitoring.


Table of contents:

Acronyms
Executive summary
Chapter 1. Anti-corruption trends in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

-Spread of corruption in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
-Participation of the region in global anti-corruption efforts
Chapter 2. Anti-corruption policy and institutions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
-Expressed political will to fight corruption
-Anti-corruption strategies and action plans
-Surveys and research on corruption
-Public participation in fighting corruption
-Anti-corruption awareness raising and education
-Anti-corruption preventive and policy co-ordination institutions
Chapter 3. Criminalising corruption and enforcement of legislation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
-Criminal law
-Fighting corruption through law-enforcement
Chapter 4. Prevention of corruption in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
-Integrity in public service
-Public procurement
-Access to information
-Political corruption
-Integrity in judiciary
-Corruption prevention in the private sector
Chapter 5. The Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia
-How does ACN work
-What the ACN did during the past four years
-What impact did ACN make
-ACN Funding
Annex A. Statement on “Reinforcing Political Will to Fight Corruption in Eastern Europe and Central Asia”

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