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In connection with the completion of the research on assessing the risks of corruption in the licensing system for subsoil use by the Transparency International Kyrgyzstan, evaluation findings reviewed and recommendations made to mitigate identified risks with the participation of representatives of government authorities, business and associations. The event took place in the building of the State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use in compliance with sanitary regulations and quarantine restrictions.
The research was carried out within the framework of the Transparency International Global Mining Accountability Programme using the Corruption Risk Assessment Methodology (MACRA) in the granting rights for subsoil use developed by the organization.
The Transparency International Kyrgyzstan is one of five new offices that have joined the Transparency International (TI) Global Mining Accountability Programme. TI Australia coordinates the Programme. The Mining Accountability Programme complements existing efforts to improve transparency and accountability in the mining sector, focusing on the initial mining decision-making phase: the phase in which Governments award and issue permits and licences for the subsoil use, negotiate contracts and enter into agreements.
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