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Anticorruption enforcement disclosure by governments should be improved, public procurement made more open, UN panel told

By Robert Thomason
  • 28 Apr 2020 14:09
  • 28 Apr 2020 15:19
Governments should do a better job disclosing how they enforce anti-corruption laws, such as those against bribery, said the chair of a coalition that monitors the UN Convention Against Corruption.

David Banisar, chair of the UNCAC Coalition, said today that public bodies should make more information available about their enforcement activities and results.


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