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South Korea End-of-Term Report 2016–2018

The Korean government has continued to show its strong determination and dedication in carrying out the third national action plan’s (NAP3’s) 13 commitments, of which 10 commitments have been assessed as complete, and three commitments as substantially completed. Many of…

Kenya End-of-Term Report 2016-2018

Kenya’s second national action plan addressed priority policy areas for reform, such as beneficial ownership, extractives, open contracting, and open budgets. By the end of term, the commitment on beneficial ownership was fully implemented, while the commitments on climate change,…

Tunisia End-of-Term Report 2016-2018

The Tunisian Second Action Plan faced implementation challenges due to resource constraints and unclear cross-government coordination in some cases. The creation of Authority of Access to Information (AAI) was a key milestone and a major step in improving government practice…

Mongolia End-of-Term Report 2016-2018

Mongolia’s second action plan aimed to address a number of open government priorities in the country, such as transparency of media ownership and political finance, disclosure of beneficial ownership and contracts in the extractives sector, and improving the Glass Account…

North Macedonia Design Report 2018-2020

North Macedonia’s fourth action plan continues to address themes such as access to information, fiscal transparency, open data, and openness at the local level. It also covers new topics, such as access to justice and parliamentary transparency. Moving forward, North…

Germany Implementation Report 2017-2019

Germany’s first OGP action plan resulted in significantly greater disclosure of information in areas such as the extractive industries, foreign aid, and mobility. The action plan saw high levels of completion overall, partly due to the commitments being part of…

Israel Implementation Report 2017-2019

Israel’s third action plan mainly focused on disclosing government-held information, strengthening transparency legislation, and using technology to improve access to government services. While many commitments were substantially or fully implemented, they mostly did not lead to significant changes in government…

Latvia Implementation Report 2017-2019

Latvia’s third action plan saw significant improvements in open data, access to budget information, and beneficial ownership transparency. Other commitments effected incremental, positive steps in areas including whistleblower protection, lobbying regulations for public officials, and governance of state-owned enterprises. Latvia’s…

Moldova Design Report 2019-2020

Moldova’s fourth action plan continues initiatives on access to information and public services and also includes new commitments on the diaspora engagement and extending the network of paralegals. However, many milestones represent routine activities and fall short of transformative potential.…

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