Declaración de Runaway Bay: Reduciendo la corrupción en las Américas

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Los veinte capítulos y contactos nacionales de Transparency International en las Américas, en cooperación con el Departamento de las Américas en el Secretariado Internacional en Berlín, Alemania representados por 35 participantes en la Reunión Regional 2012 que tuvo lugar en Runaway Bay, Jamaica, nos comprometemos a colaborar con ciudadanos y otros actores y redes relevantes para maximizar esfuerzos y concentrar nuestras actividades regionales para avanzar en:

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Argentina

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Bolivia

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Brasil

Transparency International Canadá
Canadá

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Chile

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Colombia

Fundación Nacional para el Desarrollo
El Salvador

Acción Ciudadana
Guatemala

Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc
Guyana

Asociación para una Sociedad Más Justa
Honduras

National Integrity Action
Jamaica

Transparencia Mexicana
México

Grupo Cívico Ética y Transparencia
Nicaragua

Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Libertad Ciudadana
Panamá

Proética
Perú

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Republica Dominicana

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Trinidad y Tobago

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Estados Unidos

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Uruguay

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Venezuela


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