2003 Anti-Corruption Action Plan for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Ukraine
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Ukraine. September 2003.
This Anti-Corruption Action Plan is a framework for developing effective and transparent systems for public service, promoting integrity in business operations and supporting active public involvement in reform; and commit to take all necessary means to ensure its implementation.
Forty Recommendations (on combating money laundering) with amendments as of 22 October 2004
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF). June 20, 2003.
The revised Forty Recommendations now apply not only to money laundering but also to terrorist financing, and when combined with the Eight Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing provide an enhanced, comprehensive and consistent framework of measures for combating money laundering and terrorist financing. The FATF recognises that countries have diverse legal and financial systems and so all cannot take identical measures to achieve the common objective, especially over matters of detail. The Recommendations therefore set minimum standards for action for countries to implement the detail according to their particular circumstances and constitutional frameworks. The Recommendations cover all the measures that national systems should have in place within their criminal justice and regulatory systems; the preventive measures to be taken by financial institutions and certain other businesses and professions; and international co-operation.
OECD Recommendation on Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement (2008)
Recommendation No. R (2000) 10 of the Committee of Ministers to Member states On codes of conduct for public officials, Adopted by the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers at its 106th Session
The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers. 11 May 2000.
The model code of conduct for public officials annexed to this Recommendation
Recommendation Rec(2003)4 of the Committee of Ministers to member states: On common rules against corruption in the funding of political parties and electoral campaigns, Adopted by the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers at the 835th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)
The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers. 8 April 2003.
Common rules against corruption in the funding of political parties and electoral campaigns
Resolution (97) 24 On the Twenty guiding principles for the fight against corruption, Adopted by the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers, at its 101st session
The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers. 6 November 1997.
Twenty guiding principles for the fight against corruption
The Anti-corruption Action Plan: Kosovo, October 2006