The social contract in the declared strategy against corruption

Date: 09 Dec 2014
In the conference held at the administrative control authority on December 9, 2014, Egypt launched the National Anti-Corruption in conjunction with the celebration of the international Anti-Corruption Day. Eng. Ibrahim Mahlab, the prime ministry, and a number of ministries attended this conference. General Mahmoud El Kholy, SCC Director, participated in the conference within the framework of SCC efforts geared towards fighting corruption which is considered the most serious crime that jeopardies humanity as it impedes development, violates heroic human rights, undermines democracy, good governance and rule of law, weakens trust between government and citizen and leads to back of feeling of citizenship and belonging.
The new strategy arise to fighting corruption in the Egyptian society through setting objectives, drawing up policies, programs and mechanisms that ensure curbing corruption, enhancing anti- corruption culture, activating clean anti- corruption rules, sectoring transparency and integrity culture and Egypt's compliance with provisions of the united nations convention against corruption (UNCAC).
It is worth rating that SCC issued several studies and research that deal with corruption combating and good governance, namely: "corruption combating: Lessons learned from international Experiences" " the legislative framework for corruption combating" , " Egypt's profile on international and local governance indexes" , the united nations convention against corruption : Implementation Assessment and Gap Analysis the Egyptian case

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