To which international anti-corruption conventions is your country party?
Bribery & Corruption
A few international anti-corruption conventions to which India is a signatory / member are as follows:
- United Nations Convention against Corruption 2003 (UNCAC)
UNCAC facilitates international co-operation and mutual legal assistance in investigating cases of corruption and recovery of assets. UNCAC requires state parties to the treaty to implement several anti-corruption measures that focus on five main areas: prevention, law enforcement, international cooperation, asset recovery, and technical assistance and information exchange.
- United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
This Convention is an international instrument to fight organized crime and to adopt crime control measures such as money laundering, corruption, extradition laws etc.
- India-Brazil-South Africa Cooperation Agreement
This agreement is an international tripartite group agreement to promote international cooperation between the countries and combat various issues such as social responsibility, ethic, corruption etc.
Angola is a party to the Protocol against Corruption of the Community for Development of Southern Africa, of 2001; and to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, of 2003. Through Resolution no. 38/10, 17 December 2010, Angola adhered to the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism.
Portugal is party to the following conventions:
- OECD Convention on combatting bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions;
- European Union Convention on the fight against corruption involving officials of the European Communities or officials of Member States of the European Union;
- Council of Europe Criminal Convention on Corruption;
- United Nations Convention against Corruption.