Society • 14 February, 2020

Anti-corruption service identifies regions most susceptible to corruption

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Today, during a briefing of the anti-corruption Agency, the head of the prevention Department, Anar Zharova, announced the results of the anti-corruption monitoring for 2019 to determine the areas most susceptible to corruption.

The monitoring brought out the TOP 5 most corrupt central government agencies, such as the Ministry of internal Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, defense, industry and infrastructure development, and agriculture.

In turn, among the employees of akimats and their structural divisions, the largest number of those convicted of corruption in Turkestan – 37, East Kazakhstan – 37, Jambyl – 30, Akmola – 19, Almaty and Kostanay – 15, Atyrau, Mangistau and Kyzylorda regions-14.

"As the monitoring has shown, in local Executive bodies, corruption crimes are most often committed in the areas of education, land relations, agriculture, architecture and construction, and housing and communal services," Zharova said.

The anti-corruption service recommended that the akimats of the regions and the city of Nur-Sultan, Almaty, Shymkent conduct an internal analysis of corruption risks in the activities of local Executive bodies that are most susceptible to corruption, taking into account the results of this anti-corruption monitoring.

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