From promises to action: navigating Afghanistan's anti-corruption commitments

Filed under - Politics and government

Report published 4 October 2016
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Transparency International has collated and reviewed the Afghanistan National Unity Government’s (NUG) anti-­corruption commitments over its past two years in office, and prioritised the commitments that, if achieved, would most likely lead to meaningful progress in tackling corruption in Afghanistan. Drawing on the expert inputs of individuals from Afghan civil society and business, Afghan Government institutions and the international community, this report sets out Transparency International’s findings and collates information on NUG progress against these priority commitments. To assist the NUG in achieving these priority commitments, this report also sets out Transparency International’s recommended NUG actions over the short term (6-­12 months) and during the remainder of its term in office (up to three years).

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Country / Territory - Afghanistan   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Accountability   |   Civil society   |   Governance   |   Politics and government   
Tags - Anti-corruption legislation   |   Afghan Government   |   Reforms   

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