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MONGOLIA: WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION LAW WILL BE A HUGE STEP TO THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

2021/05/07  20   0

Citizens must be well aware of their duty to report for the sake of the public interest. But there are some cases that when reporting or addressing to any organizations or officials, inappropriate issues are not reported for fear of intimidation or harassment. Countries around the world have decided on this issue for enacting whistleblower protection law. Our country should follow this standard. To fulfill its obligations as a member of the UN Convention against Corruption, the National Anti-Corruption Program of Mongolia includes providing the legal environment to protect whistleblowers.


MONGOLIA: PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE MORE PRONE TO CORRUPTION

2021/05/06  51   0

Independent Authority Against Corruption (IAAC) conducts an annual survey to determine the perceptions and attitudes of people with disabilities about corruption. By conducting this survey at regular intervals, it is possible to compare the relevant changes in the target group and use them as policies and programs for the next phase of anti-corruption activities.


MONGOLIA: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CANDIDATES’ DECLARATION OF INCOME AND ASSETS WILL BE PLACED OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

2021/04/29  40   0

The Presidential Election of Mongolia will be held on June 9, 2021, throughout the country. Pursuant to Article 10.6 of the Anti-Corruption Law, Article 11.2 of the Law on Election, and Article 28.2.3 of the Law on Presidential Election of Mongolia, a candidate for the President of Mongolia shall submit their Declaration of Interest, Income, and Assets to the Independent Authority Against Corruption.  The IAAC is preparing to register and receive candidates' declaration of income and assets in an electronic system on May 3 and 4, 2021, in accordance with the law.


Mongolia: Assessment on mongolian corruption perceptions index

2021/04/28  35   0

Transparency International has released its 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) based on experts and the perceptions of business people of corruption in 180 countries. We spoke with O. Batbayar, CEO of “Transparency International Mongolia”, about the level of corruption within Mongolia according to the Corruption Perceptions Index.







Draft code of conduct for members of parliament has been submitted

2021/04/14  156   0

Members of the Parliament S.Byambatsogt, S.Ganbaatar, N.Ganibal and L.Enkh-Amgalan led by MP B.Bat-Erdene, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Ethics and Discipline of the Parliament, submitted a Resolution of the Parliament on approving the “Code of Conduct for members of the Mongolian Parliament” to G.Zandanshatar, Chairman of the Parliament.