Issues regarding the preparation of audited annual reports were discussed with the representatives of the parties
The representatives of the parties mainly raised issues related to membership fees and donations. Participants expressed concern that in the case of donations made through banks and other payment terminals, they often do not have access to the identity document data of the payers, while they are required to be included in the annual report.
The first Steering Committee meeting took place
The first Steering Committee meeting of the Twinning Project ՛՛Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia” took place on July 14, 2022.
"Fundraising technologies" Training at Corruption Prevention Commission
On July 13, the first course of the second phase of communication capacity development for justice sector institutions in the context of justice and anti-corruption reforms in Armenia was held at the Corruption Prevention Commission. Employees of the Corruption Prevention Commission, the Ministry of Justice, the General Prosecutor's Office, the Supreme Judicial Council and the Academy of Justice participated in the "Fundraising Technologies" course. The...
The opening session of tender proposals of auditing organizations took place
On July 8, the Corruption Prevention Commission held the opening session of the proposals submitted by audit organizations for the purpose of the mandatory audit of the annual reports on the financial means, sources, expenses and property of the parties,
High-level Conference on the Model Code of Conduct for Public Servants in Armenia
On July 4, a high-level Conference on the Model Code of Conduct for Public Servants in Armenia was held at the Armenia Marriot Hotel in Yerevan.
An employee of the Corruption Prevention Commission has participated in the training held at Malmo University in Sweden
As a result of a two-stage competition, 29 representatives from 6 countries - Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, and Lithuania - were selected and invited to participate in the program fully funded by the Swedish government.
Study visit to the Czech Republic
The training was included in the CEELI Institute's anti-corruption program, which was conducted interactively using a case-based learning methodology.
The deadline for submitting an annual declaration has expired
About 90% of the persons obliged to submit a declaration have fulfilled the requirement to submit it within the period defined by the Law on Public Service. Karen Hakobyan, Head of the Declaration Analysis Department of the Corruption Prevention Commission, interviewed to "First Channel News" journalist Maya Khachatryan.
Public discussion with party representatives
On June 16, 2022, a public discussion was held in the meeting hall of the Commission with the representatives of the parties, which was attended by the representatives of the pre-registered parties.
Based on public discussions and opinions of state bodies, the Model Code of Conduct for Public Servants in Armenia was updated
In recent months, a number of discussions have taken place on the draft of the Model Code of Conduct for Public Servants with the participation of state and non-state institutions, including civil society representatives.
Discussion with representatives of the audit community
The Commission emphasizes the active involvement of professional groups in law-making processes, the transparency of the processes, ensuring accountability, and the role of public hearings.
“Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia” EU Twinning Program has launched
The role and the adopted value system of the European Union are emphasized in the fight against corruption in the Republic of Armenia. According to Haykuhi Harutyunyan, the Chairwoman of the Commission, It is important for Armenia to implement systematic changes, which are aimed at complementing all the imperfect aspects of corruption prevention.