"Corruption Proofing" Project is implemented by the Centre for the Analysis and Prevention of Corruption (CAPC) within the framework of the Joint Project of the European Commission and the Council of Europe against corruption, money laundering and terrorist financing in the Republic of Moldova (MOLICO), co-financed by the European Commission,
the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and
the Council of Europe.
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The Project „Corruption Proofing of the Draft Legislative Acts and Dissemination of Best Practices”, is envisaged to last throughout the period of April 2008 – January 2009 (hereinafter referred to as „Corruption Proofing – stage 3”) is a follow-up to the Project „Corruption Proofing – stage 2”, implemented in the period October 1, 2006 – October 1, 2007.
Project Mission: Promotion of the Corruption Proofing Methodology and advancing the CAPC and CCECC corruption proofing best practices.
The Project was carried out 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, supporting a series of activities divided in 4 Modules:
Module I. Joint CAPC and CCECC training of the central and local public authorities on corruption proofing of draft legislation and draft regulatory acts of the Government
Module II. Promotion of the corruption proofing methodology as best practice in preventing corruption
Module III. Supporting the legislative process by submission of corruption proofing expert reports on draft laws of the Parliament
Module IV. Developing an electronic template to facilitate the writing of the corruption proofing expert reports and subsequently transferring it to the CCECC