The Anti-Corruption Initiative Lacks Institutional Approach and Political Will
March 3, 11:00

The Government’s decision to establish an anti-corruption council chaired by the Armenian Prime Minister can hardly be an efficient tool and the council as such will not operate successfully unless there is an institutional approach. Such statement was made at the Media Center discussion.

On February 19 the Armenian Government approved the bill to set up an anti-corruption council and expert group proposed by Minister of Justice Hovhannes Manukyan. The Minister of Finance, the Chief of Government Staff – Minister, as well as MPs from the opposition factions and NGO sector representatives will be involved in it.

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