Since the early 1990s, with the ever-increasing prospect of integration into the European Union, the countries of the Western Balkans and Turkey have taken important steps to…
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This study is designed to assess the Jordanian National Integrity System (NIS) through an analysis of thecapacities of the main institutions of the State, and an assessment of the extent to which the roles relating to anti-corruption, promotion of transparency, accountability, and governance are undertaken up to the 30 March 2016. The preparation of this study has been accompanied by several national developments. For example butnot limited to, the issuance of the elections Law, Political Parties Law, Decentralisation Law, and theadoption of the National Action Plan for Human Rights, as well as the attempts in favour of the structuralreform in many regulatory institutions.