Report about corruption ALAC
Corruption Perceptions Index for 2017: Kyrgyzstan moved up one.
Corruption Perceptions Index: Transparency International’s general report for 2018 (CPI 2018) ranks the Kyrgyz Republic 135th out of 180 countries. Kyrgyzstan received a score of 29 out of 100 alongside Russia, Paraguay, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Laos, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.
Compared to the results of the Index for 2016, the situation of the Kyrgyz Republic has changed a bit: it received one score higher, and changed its position on ranking list (from 136th to 135th).
Transparency International Kyrgyzstan launches Anti-Corruption Journal.
The team of Transparency International Kyrgyzstan launches an “Anti-corruption Journal” to inform the population on provision of public services, overcoming administrative shortcomings and anti-corruption efforts. The aim of a Journal is not only to provide explanations of laws for population and to assist them in dealing with State structures, but also legal education of citizens and the development of their anti-corruption skills.
TI-Kyrgyzstan developed the Public Procurement Manual
The team of Transparency International Kyrgyzstan has developed application guidelines for the public procurement laws in the Kyrgyz Republic to assist organizations participating in the field of public procurement, based on laws and regulations to provide better focus for conducting procurement for both procuring entities and potential suppliers.
The Joint-Stock Companies Act has been amended
Under the act on Amending the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic on Joint-Stock Companies of 28 July 2017, the Joint-Stock Companies Act introduced a new concept of independent board members. The amendments to the law state that at least 30% of the board of directors should be independent board members in public companies. The board meeting of the public company requires submission of the independent board members in an amount not less than half of the total number of independent board members.
Global Corruption Barometer 2016
Transparency International presents the results of a global survey “Global Corruption Barometer” (GCB). The survey is conducted for the ninth time; the last time GCB was published in 2013. In contrast to the studies of previous years, this year GCB covers 42 countries in Europe and Central Asia, including EU countries, EU candidate countries and CIS countries. The data in this survey cannot be compared with GCB data for earlier years.