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  • Internal control allows, within certain timeframes, to reach the set goals in a lawful and most effective and efficient way, taking into account resource constraints and other risks.
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  • Most security assistance programmes include an educational component.
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  • The case of U.S. defence assistance to Mali suggests that focusing solely on providing equipment and operational training, without planning for and addressing corruption risks, is not sufficient in fragile environments.
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  • Britain has the oldest tradition of anti-corruption, where anti-corruption mechanisms are regulated by law. The first law on corruption was adopted in 1889, while laws on preventing corruption - in 1906 and 1916 following public reaction to this socio-political phenomenon. Unlike traditional legal principles, these laws required officials to prove their innocence.
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  • Сьогодні пропонуємо вам статтю Джонсона Кабера, яка була опублікована на Trace Anti-Bribery Compliance Solutions. Пан Кабер описує практику захисту викривачів, а також стандарти дотримання антикорупційного законодавства в Руанді. Чому ми вам пропонуємо кейс Руанди, запитаєте ви? Республіка Руанда має сильні традиції боротьби з корупцією і є однією з найбільш успішних країн Африки по запобіганню хабарництву.
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  • Anti-bribery and corruption compliance — and the mitigation of associated risk — continue to be some of the main challenges that companies are facing, both in their domestic markets and abroad. On a global level, we see more and more countries promulgating new and more sophisticated anti-bribery and corruption legislation as well as aggressive enforcement by government regulators. Enforcement agencies of different countries are also increasingly cooperating in their fight against corruption. In addition, more countries are introducing individual criminal liability for bribery related offences.
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  • According to Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, Poland was the most corrupt country in the European Union. At the same time, anti-corruption efforts of the Ministry of National Defence of the Republic of Poland were quite ineffective as well as the whole efforts of state structures of Poland.
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  • Eight structures are responsible for the management of the majority of the Ministry of Defence of UK activities out of all recipients of the military budget. The expected results of their activities and the amount of resources needed to obtain these results are written in the Defence Plan.
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  • US defence establishment is mainly focused on drafting cadets to military schools and preventing corruption in public procurement in the sector of external contractors.
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