ASEAN Integrity Community: A vision for transparent and accountable integration

Filed under - Politics and government

Report published 23 April 2015
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Each ASEAN member state has taken some steps to addressing corruption at the national level, such as ratifying the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), but much more is urgently needed to stop corruption. If economic integration is not built on a strong foundation of transparency, accountability and integrity then the ASEAN community’s vision will be jeopardised. A robust strategic regional anti-corruption framework through the formation of an ASEAN Integrity Community is therefore a critical step.

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