Corruption and Infrastructure: Preliminary Study on Corruption Risks in Infrastructure Sector
This preliminary study on corruption risks in infrastructure sector provides an overview of the current legal framework and corruption risks in the infrastructure sector in Indonesia, and offers recommendations for addressing these risks, with a focus on Collective Action as a potential solution.
Indeed, in Indonesia, where infrastructure development has been prioritised, there is a pressing need to address corruption risks to ensure that infrastructure projects contribute to the country's sustainable economic and social development. The Alliance for Integrity recognises the critical importance of tackling corruption in this sector and works to promote Collective Action approaches that bring together stakeholders to combat corruption.
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