Local Anticorruption Plans: Frequently Asked Questions for easier development and implementation of Local Anticorruption Plans
August 9, 2019
The Government Accountability Initiative (GAI) and the Bureau of Social Research (BIRODI), in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Agency, have published a frequently asked questions on the development and adoption of local anticorruption plans (LAPs).
The Local Anticorruption Plans: Frequently Asked Questions offers answers and clarifications to the gaps in interpretations identified in the process of development and implementation of Local Anticorruption Plans (LAPs). It also presents good solutions and practices identified in local governments that have completed this process. The document contains 51 questions and answers to practical questions and examples, grouped into seven areas covering all stages of LAP development and adoption.
The document will be shared with local self-governments, as well as civil society organizations that cooperate with cities and municipalities in this area. The aim is to help local self-governments and public to better understand the stages and concrete steps in the development of LAPs and to develop their LAPs in accordance with its objectives – a customized, applicable and, with public participation, defined public policies to prevent corruption.
The document is based on archives of the Anti-Corruption Agency, as well as on the on-line survey of 92 local governments, conducted by BIRODI. It also relies on the reports on adoption of LAPs submitted to the Anti-Corruption Agency and wast experience of BIRODI in providing support to local governments for LAP adoption.