WASHINGTON, USA – The report shows the legal and institutional progress made and challenges facing member states in preventing and fighting corruption in areas including:
- Government hiring
- Public procurement
- Whistleblower protection
- Criminalization of acts of corruption
- Training of public servants
- Equitable compensation
With 923 actions that strengthen institutions and legal frameworks, member states continue making progress in addressing challenges to preventing and fighting corruption.
The MESICIC is the follow-up mechanism for the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention against corruption.
With 33 States Parties, its committee of experts has produced 145 country reports with recommendations to strengthen laws and institutions against corruption.