The requirements for educational programs aimed at preventing corruption were discussed with the stakeholders
In the framework of the “Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia” EU Twinning Program, it is planned to implement the development and modernization of educational programs in the direction of corruption prevention, as well as the creation of necessary educational materials and their localization.
"Conflict of interest and rules of conduct for public servants" course for local government employees
On the initiative of the Commission and the Eurasian Cooperation Fund, a course on "Conflict of Interest and Rules of Conduct for Public Servants" of the "Support to Civil Society" program was held at the Ijevan InfoHouse, which was attended by the administrative heads of the Ijevan community and the employees of the municipality.
How to fight corruption. a working discussion in Lori Province
In the regional center of Vanadzor, the employees of the Commission presented information on the main directions of the RA government's anti-corruption policy, the institutional system of fighting corruption, the implementation of the integrity system, the activities of the Commission, the works and programs carried out in the fight against corruption.
Public awareness campaign on the topic of corruption prevention among Vanadzor educators and parents of school age children
The Corruption Prevention Commission continues public awareness meetings on the topic of corruption prevention. The second meeting with educators and parents of school-aged children took place on 19th October at the Lori regional state college.
A group of young people from Lori Province of RA were hosted by the Corruption Prevention Commission
On October 17, a group of students from Vanadzor and Alaverdi universities and colleges of Lori Province of RA were hosted by the Corruption Prevention Commission on a study visit. The students' visit to the Commission was organized by the initiative of the Vanadzor "NGO Center" civil society development NGO. Before getting acquainted with the main functions of the Commission, the students walked around the offices and got acquainted with the working...
The two-day conference aimed at rolling out corruption risk assessments was summarized
The workshop was attended by representatives of the state administration system, non-governmental organizations, as well as the USA, Lithuania, Malaysia and South Korea.
Discussion on the package of laws on amendments and additions to the law "On the Corruption Prevention Commission" and related laws
"For years, our employees, with the support of USAID, tried to collect the problems that appeared within the framework of the implementation of the law and find directions for their solution. This is another platform so that all of us can understand together in which direction we are moving, and the new law will be what we all envisioned and will be able to cover all the gaps as much as possible," noted Mariam Galstyan, a member of the Commission, thanking the interested bodies for showing interest in the draft law and participating at the discussion.
Integrity studies and further possible solutions
"There are cases when people who received a positive conclusion are appointed to the relevant positions, but I would like to mention that we also have certain cases where people who received a negative conclusion were also appointed to the relevant positions."
A corruption risk assessment system will be introduced in Nonprofit Organizations
The government sees corruption as a challenge to build a legally secure and economically strong democratic state.
“Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia” EU Twinning Program has officially launched
On October 4, the official opening event of the European Union “Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia” Twinning Program took place in the Ballroom of the Best Western Plus Congress Hotel in Yerevan.
The package of draft laws on making amendments and additions to the law "On the Corruption Prevention Commission" and related laws will be discussed with the stakeholders
Making amendments and additions to the law "On the Corruption Prevention Commission" and related laws aims to ensure the effectiveness of the activity of the Commission.
Parties must submit annual reports and declarations to the Corruption Prevention Commission. First Channel News reference
The Commission urges the members of the governing body of the parties to fulfill the requirement of the law and submit the declarations, at the same time, to prepare the annual reports of the parties for 2021.