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CAPC Director participated at the session 38 of the GRECO Plenary Meeting

In the period of June 9-13, 2008, Mrs. Galina Bostan, the CAPC director, and Mrs. Mariana Kalughin, the head of the civil interaction and prevention department of the General Directorate for Analysis, Prognosis and Prevention of CCECC, participated in the session 38 of GRECO Plenary Meeting.

On June 11, 2008, representatives of the Republic of Moldova presented our country’s experience in the field of corruptibility expertise within a restricted session of project managers within the General Secretariat of the Council of Europe.

On June 12, 2008, the legislation corruptibility expertise methodology applied in the Republic of Moldova was also presented within the plenary session of the representatives of GRECO member states. Mrs. Mariana Kalughin and Mrs. Galina Bostan made two presentations within which they referred to normative regulations of corruptibility expertise in the legislation of the Republic of Moldova, to the experience accumulated by both institutions involved in the expertise process, as well as to the findings developed based on the generalized accumulated practices and on the assessment of the efficiency of the corruptibility expertise mechanism. Also, all the participants received CDs with the information on legislative regulations and the experience of Republic of Moldova in the field of corruptibility expertise methodology.

The performance of the representatives of the Republic of Moldova and the made presentations were highly appreciated and generated a lively interest among the participants. This fact was reflected in the synthesis report on the 38th GRECO Meeting, which can be accessed on the web page HYPERLINK ""

This event was organized in the framework of the Joint Project of Council of Europe and European Commission against Corruption, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the Republic of Moldova (MOLICO), co-financed by European Commission, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and Council of Europe.