Palestine National Integrity System Assessment 2013

National Integrity System assessment published 28 February 2015
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During the period covered by this study, Palestine faced a number of positive and negative developments. The most significant was the continued political divide, resulting in an ongoing disruption to the work of the Legislative Council and restricted freedoms. The most significant of the positive indicators was progress achieved in establishing an organisation to fight corruption and the expansion in the submission of asset declarations, holding local elections in the West Bank, continuation of political transparency, the use of tendering held by the Public Procurement Directorate in the Ministry of Finance, and the issuing of a code for the conduct for public employees. See this report in Arabic here and view the press release here.

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