To Fight Corruption, Afghanistan Must Strengthen and Reform Its Anti-Corruption Agencies
Afghanistan’s system for fighting corruption has too many separate anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) and not enough coordination or independence to be effective, according to new research by Transparency International, which is recommending an overhaul of the current structures.
'Bridging the gaps: enhancing the effectiveness of Afghanistan’s anti-corruption agencies' analyses the nine anti-corruption agencies, identifies the deficiencies in the system, and puts forward three options for consolidating the current systems in order to strengthen the government’s fight against corruption.
Find further information on this topic and the full "Bridging the gaps" report here via Transparency International.
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