International Anti-Corruption Assembly

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International Laws

International Anti-Corruption Laws

  1. The United Nations Convention against Corruption.
  2. OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials (1997).
  3. The UK Bribery Act (2010).
  4. The US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
  5. TheCorruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA, Canada).
  6. Russian Federal Anti-Corruption Law.
  7. Chinese Anti-Corruption Laws.
  8. African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

 

European Anti-Corruption Conventions

Council of Europe

  1. Council of Europe Criminal Law Convention on Corruption (COE Criminal Law Convention)

The COE Criminal Law Convention aims to coordinate the criminalization of corrupt practices, provide complementary criminal law measures and improve cooperation for the prosecution of offences. It entered into force in 2002, and compliance is monitored by the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO).

  1. Council of Europe Civil Law Convention on Corruption (COE Civil Law Convention)

The COE Civil Law Convention aims to define common international rules of civil law and corruption. Parties are required to compensate persons who have suffered damage as a result of corruption. It entered into force in 2003, and compliance is monitored by the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO).

  1. Additional Protocol to the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption(ETS No. 191)

 

European Union

  1. European Union Convention against Corruption Involving Officials (EU Convention against Corruption)

The EU Convention against Corruption aims to fight corruption involving EU or Member States’ officials. Member States must ensure that passive or active corruption by officials is a criminal offence. Heads of businesses are to be declared criminally liable for active corruption by a person under their authority acting on behalf of the company.

  1. European Union Convention on the Protection of the European Communities’ Financial Interests (EU Convention on Financial Interests)

The EU Convention on Financial Interests aims to create a common legal basis for the criminal protection of the EC’s financial interests. Fraud affecting expenditure and revenue must be punishable by criminal penalties.

 

Committee of Ministers

  1. Recommendation No. R (2003) 4 on common rules against corruption in the funding of political parties and electoral campaigns
  2. Recommendation No. R (2000) 10 on codes of conduct for public officials, including a Model code of conduct for public officials (in appendix) -Explanatory Memorandum
  3. Resolution (97) 24 on the twenty Guiding Principles for the fight against corruption
  4. Programme of action against corruption (adopted by the Committee of Ministers, 18-21 November 1996, at its 578th Session.

 

Parliamentary Assembly

  1. Fight against corruption(Doc 7827, 2 May 1997)
    Motion for a recommendation
  2. Threat to Europe from economic crime( 7971, 22 December 1997)
    Report of the Committee on Economic Affairs and Development
  3. Opinion on the Draft Criminal Law Convention on Corruption( 8133, 5 June 1998)
    Report of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights
  4. Opinion on the Draft Civil Law Convention on Corruption( 8402, 6 May 1999)
    Report of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights
  5. Financing of political parties( 8470 13 July 1999)
    Motion for a resolution
  6. Role of parliaments in fighting corruption( 8652, 18 February 2000)
    Report of the Committee on Economic Affairs and Development
  7. Role of parliaments in fighting corruption(5 April 2000)
    Resolution 1214 (2000)
  8. Draft additional protocol to the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption
    Opinion 241 (2002).