Public-private partnership project
‘I think it is particularly important the initiative of a project aimed at adopting additional measures of preventing and fighting against the corruption and at promoting the principles of a righteous public administration.
We want to create a model public private partnership between the local public institutions/authorities and the civil society, viewing the prevention and the fight against the corruption, through instating mechanisms of monitoring the manner how the laws and the National Anti-corruption Strategy are enacted,’ ANFP vice- president Andras Szakal said on Friday.
The EU-funded project is developed by the ANFP in partnership with the Agenda 21 Association Assistance and Programmes for Sustainable Development. The ten-month project is developing over Jan 20 – Nov. 19, 2010 and it plans to train 320 civil servants, to attract 20 volunteers and to conduct a Corruption Perception Index (CPI) on 1,200 respondents, along with identifying, promoting and disseminating good practice.