National Integrity System Report Switzerland

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National Integrity System assessment published 7 February 2012
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The Swiss National Integrity System (NIS) report represents an analysis of the twelve most important ‘pillars’ of society which play a crucial role in preventing and combating corruption. The different pillars are reviewed on the basis of the political, economic, social and cultural foundations in Switzerland, with the aim to provide a relatively concise overview of the most important indicators characterising the various areas. The report also demonstrates how the interplay and mutual influence of the most important institutions, which impact on the national governance system, function and takes a critical look at this.

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Country / Territory - Switzerland   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Surveys   

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