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ACRC Supports Indonesia Holding G20 Presidency to Operate Corruption Risk Assessment System

  • Date2022-12-09
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ACRC Supports Indonesia Holding G20 Presidency to Operate Corruption Risk Assessment System

 

- Held a workshop on anti-corruption technical assistance for 2 days from November 22 at the request of KPK of Indonesia -

 

(November 22 2022, ACRC)

 

A place was provided to share experiences of operation and major cases of “Corruption Risk Assessment,” representative of anti-corruption policies in Korea, at the request of Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) of Indonesia, a country holding 2022 G20 Presidency.

 

The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (Chairperson Jeon Hyun-Heui, ACRC) held a two-day workshop from November 22 on anti-corruption technical assistance to support the operation of the “Corruption Risk Assessment” of Indonesia.

 

“Corruption Risk Assessment” is a system that prevents corrupt acts by detecting corruption-causing factors, followed by implementing improvement measures and recommending them to the relevant agencies. The workshop was designed at the request of Indonesia during the discussion about the anti-corruption policy exchange at the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting held in July.

 

The ACRC shared experiences and major cases that are most needed to operate “Corruption Risk Assessment” system with working-level officials from the monitoring division of KPK, an Indonesian government agency for anti-corruption policies.

 

Indonesia discussed ways to improve guidelines for Corruption Risk Assessment in Indonesia published in 2020 based on the “Corruption Risk Assessment” system of Korea at the workshop.

 

Indonesia has made efforts for stable operation and implementation of the system in the country ever since the ACRC initiated the “Corruption Risk Assessment” into Indonesia in 2009.

 

ACRC Assistant Chairperson of Planning and Coordination Office Lim Yoon-Ju said, “The importance of exchange of anti-corruption policies between Korea and ASEAN countries has been growing within the Indo-Pacific region. The ACRC will continuously strengthen the cooperation with countries that need Korea’s experiences and policies of anti-corruption.”

 

 

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