Exmo. Presidente da SAFAC,

 

Minhas senhoras e meus senhores, Distintos colegas

Antes de mais gostaria de em nome da delegação da República de Angola expressar a nossa gratidão pela recepção calorosa de que fomos alvo aqui em Lusaka, Zâmbia e pelas condições de trabalho que nós foram postas à disposição pelo país organizador.

A corrupção é um flagelo do qual infelizmente Angola não está, ainda, livre. Ela constitui hoje um dos maiores desafios com o qual nos debatemos, pois como se sabe, coloca em risco o desenvolvimento, econômico e social e mina as bases do estado de direito.Read More

The Anti-Corruption Bureau of Mozambique is the Public Ministry specialized organ, which is to prevent and combat crimes of corruption, embezzlement, influence trafficking, illicit enrichment, economic crimes and related. It participates in the formulation of policies and stractegey making for the prevention and repression of corruption crimes, to presente proposes of measures that may cause the decreases of corruption crimes, to coordinate activities which have as object the prevention and repression of corruption crimes, prosecute and represent the Public Ministry in Courts, where some of the crimes above mentioned are being judged. Read More.

REPORT ON THE STATE OF THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO.

1. Summary presentation of the country

Official name :            Democratic Republic of Congo
Area:               2,345,409 km2
Capital:            Kinshasa (10 million)
Major cities :   Lubumbashi (1.7 ) , Mbuji -Mayi (1.6 ) , Kisangani (0.9) , Kananga (1) , Bukavu (0.9)
Official language:       French
Common languages ​​: Lingala , Kikongo , Swahili and Tshiluba
Currency:        Congolese Franc ( 925FC = U.S. $ 1 )
National Day: June 30th.
Population:      70 millions of habitats.
Literacy rate: 67% (UNDP Report, 2011)
Religions:        Christian, Muslim and Kimbanguists

2. Recall the main lines of the fight against Corruption

2.1. Historical

- Both Reforms in Public Administration ( 1973 and 1981 ) did not produce the expected results, due to the inversion of values ​​including, Corruption nearly universal erected management mode and method of social life ;

- To combat corruption, the Commission against Corruption, Fraud and Smuggling and Counterfeiting of Money and Trademark was founded in January 2001 by Decree No. 116/2002 of 29 August 2002. The Commission was placed under the direct authority of the President of the Republic;

- After the political agreements of Sun City, signed out of the war from 1998 to 2001, five civic institutions were created, including the Commission on Ethics and the Fight against Corruption by the Organic Law no. 04 /020 of July 30, 2004;

- The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the Fight against Corruption between DRC - RSA and UNODC, made ​​in February 2008.

The Steering Committee, responsible for the implementation of this Protocol was entrusted to the Centre of the Code of Professional Ethics (PSCO), which was responsible for organizing the first National Forum on Fighting against Corruption and the Round Table Experts in 2009-2010.

- The Struggle against Anti - values​, including corruption became a transversal theme activities Reform of Congolese Public Administration.   Read More.

REPORT ON THE STATE OF THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO.

1. Summary presentation of the country

Official name :            Democratic Republic of Congo
Area:               2,345,409 km2
Capital:            Kinshasa (10 million)
Major cities :   Lubumbashi (1.7 ) , Mbuji -Mayi (1.6 ) , Kisangani (0.9) , Kananga (1) , Bukavu (0.9)
Official language:       French
Common languages ​​: Lingala , Kikongo , Swahili and Tshiluba
Currency:        Congolese Franc ( 925FC = U.S. $ 1 )
National Day: June 30th.
Population:      70 millions of habitats.
Literacy rate: 67% (UNDP Report, 2011)
Religions:        Christian, Muslim and Kimbanguists

2. Recall the main lines of the fight against Corruption

2.1. Historical

- Both Reforms in Public Administration ( 1973 and 1981 ) did not produce the expected results, due to the inversion of values ​​including, Corruption nearly universal erected management mode and method of social life ;

- To combat corruption, the Commission against Corruption, Fraud and Smuggling and Counterfeiting of Money and Trademark was founded in January 2001 by Decree No. 116/2002 of 29 August 2002. The Commission was placed under the direct authority of the President of the Republic;

- After the political agreements of Sun City, signed out of the war from 1998 to 2001, five civic institutions were created, including the Commission on Ethics and the Fight against Corruption by the Organic Law no. 04 /020 of July 30, 2004;

- The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the Fight against Corruption between DRC - RSA and UNODC, made ​​in February 2008.

The Steering Committee, responsible for the implementation of this Protocol was entrusted to the Centre of the Code of Professional Ethics (PSCO), which was responsible for organizing the first National Forum on Fighting against Corruption and the Round Table Experts in 2009-2010.

- The Struggle against Anti - values​, including corruption became a transversal theme activities Reform of Congolese Public Administration.   Read More.

INTRODUCTION

The Zambian Government has since independence made fundamental milestones in the fight against Corruption.

Various Policy reforms have been instituted since 1964 and all these have aimed at enhancing the fight against Corruption, Public Service Management and Public Service Delivery.

 

VISION

Our Policy Vision as a Country is to build a Nation and its people that are zero tolerant to Corruption;

 

Through this Policy vision we aim to put in place a robust mechanism to fight Corruption to ensure that the levels of Corruption are reduced through detection and prevention.

 

POLICY

The National Anti-Corruption Policy aims at addressing the fight against Corruption in Public Service delivery both in the Public and Private Sectors ensuring that there is:

  1. Strong Legislation on Corruption;
  2. Institutionalisation of Corruption Prevention;
  3. Promotion of a National Integrity System;
  4. Engagement of Civil Society, the Youth, the private Sector and the Traditional leaders.

 Zambia has to a large extent domesticated the International and Regional Protocols Against Corruption. Read More.