In the Excitement of the New, Let’s Not Neglect the Tried and True

"In my two posts last week (here and here), I attempted to go through all of the 41 country statements submitted by the participants in the London Anticorruption Summit held earlier this month, to see what those statements had to say about four specific issue areas highlighted by the Summit’s joint Communique: (1) accessibility (and possibly transparency) of beneficial ownership information for companies and other legal entities, (2) public procurement transparency, (3) independence, effectiveness, and transparency of national audit institutions, and (4) whistleblower protection (and encouragement)."

Matthew Stephenson, editor-in-chief, Global Anticorruption Blog. https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2016/05/24/in-the-excitement-of-the-new-lets-not-neglect-the-tried-and-true/

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