Georgia is the Only Country that Has Yet to Join the OECD Anti-Corruption Assessment Process

Georgia is the Only Country that Has Yet to Join the OECD Anti-Corruption Assessment Process

Tbilisi. On November 17, 2022, the Steering Group of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Anti-Corruption Network (OECD/ACN) endorsed the OECD/ACN Fifth Round Monitoring Assessment Framework, which will examine the anti-corruption environment in OECD/ACN member countries.

According to Georgian Civil Society Organizations, unfortunately, unlike other OECD/ACN member countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan), the Government of Georgia did not participate in the process of adopting the fifth round monitoring assessment framework. If the Government of Georgia does not agree to adopt the framework of the assessment already accepted by all the countries of the network by the end of 2022, the fifth round of monitoring under the istanbul Anti-Corruption action plan will no longer be carried out in Georgia in 2023.

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