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Asset Disclosure

Asset disclosure and conflict of interest laws act as a deterrent against graft, collusion, and patronage in the public sector. This theme covers the rules for public officials disclosing their income and assets, and the systems for enforcing those rules.


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  1. Recommendations on Asset and Interest Declarations for OGP Action Plans

    Transparency International shares recommendations for OGP members on reviewing their asset and interest declaration frameworks and creating comprehensive, robust and…

    2020, Outbound Link, Web Page


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