Strengthening Ukraine’s anti-corruption and judicial infrastructure to safeguard the recovery
This document takes stock of recent progress in strengthening Ukraine's anti-corruption infrastructure in the face of increased attacks on infrastructure and increased reconstruction efforts. It covers:
- Competitions for the heads of anti-corruption agencies
- Institutional capacity of anti-corruption agencies
- Improving the legislative framework
- Implementation of judicial and Constitutional Court reform
It is a joint publication of Transparency International Ukraine and the Basel Institute on Governance, published and distributed at the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Washington D.C. in December 2022.
Transparency International Ukraine; Basel Institute on Governance
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