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    International support to remove Iraq from corruption indicators

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    Post by Rocky Sat 08 Jun 2024, 4:15 am

    International support to remove Iraq from corruption indicators

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    The United Nations Development Program announced that it will support Iraq in the field of combating corruption and enhancing integrity, with the aim of raising its ranking in the corruption indicators issued periodically, while the “Arab Network for Promoting Integrity and Anti-Corruption” recommended continuing work on developing and implementing coordinated and effective national strategies that enhance community participation and embody the principles of The rule of law, good management of public affairs and property, integrity, transparency and accountability.
    At the conclusion of the regional meeting held in Baghdad from June 3 to 5, the network praised the relative progress achieved in terms of strengthening the participatory approach in developing public policies related to promoting integrity and combating corruption, calling on the concerned parties to deepen this approach and expand its scope.
    The network, in its forum held under the slogan “Strengthening cooperation for effective national anti-corruption strategies” under the patronage of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, stressed the importance of adopting and implementing effective mechanisms to monitor, evaluate and follow up on the implementation of national strategies to enhance integrity and combat corruption, including appropriate indicators that combine productive indicators. Internationally and nationally produced indicators.
    The network confirmed in its forum, in which 150 individuals representing 12 countries participated; Establishing proactive approaches to confronting corruption through capacity building and supporting initiatives that seek to fill the legislative vacuum in various fields and protect the drafting of legal texts from the risks of corruption.
    It also called for expanding the approved approach regarding working to strengthen ethics and behavior in the public service to include the political, administrative and judicial fields, in addition to more specialized fields as needed.
    For his part, Chief Advisor Arkan Al-Seblani, Director of the Regional Anti-Corruption Program at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), said that “the voice must be loud and clear in the anti-corruption process,” noting that “the Arab Network for Promoting Integrity and Anti-Corruption is the platform Through which the voice of the Arab region emerges in this field, to send political and artistic messages concerned with this important topic.”
    He added, “The conference formed 6 working groups to develop detailed visions for six teams based on establishing joint cooperation mechanisms between countries, developing training programs to overcome procedural obstacles and integrating integrity issues in the health, education, and public transportation sectors.”
    He explained that “the United Nations Development Program will support Iraq in the field of combating corruption and enhancing integrity, with the aim of raising its rating in the corruption indicators issued periodically.”
     




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