Global Integrity Report 2006 – Key Findings

The Global Integrity Report (GIR) is an essential guide to anti-corruption institutions and mechanisms around the world, intended to help policymakers, advocates, journalists and citizens identify and anticipate the areas where corruption is more likely to occur within the public sector. The Report evaluates both anti-corruption legal frameworks and the practical implementation and enforcement of those frameworks, and takes a close look at whether citizen can effectively access and use anti-corruption safeguards.

The 2006 GIR covers: Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Benin, Brazil, Bulgaria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kenya, Kyrgyz Republic, Lebanon, Liberia, Mexico, Montenegro, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Romania, Russian Federation, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, United States, Vietnam, Yemen, and Zimbabwe . This is the complete dataset for 2006.

This report has some key findings from 2006.

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Global Integrity
Global Integrity
December 1, 2006