MOLICO: Project against corruption, money laundering and the financing of terrorism in Moldova
Output 1.1 Efficient monitoring, coordination and management of the anti-corruption strategy ensured and annual action plans available
On 27 December 2007 the Parliament
adopted the Decision for updating the National Anti-corruption Strategy
and Action Plan. The revised Anti-corruption Strategy and Action Plan
offer limited answers to the co-ordination issue between various
existing monitoring mechanisms. The adopted amendments envisage that the
Chairman of the Threshold Country Plan will submit just two reports per
year to the MG meeting.
National Strategy of Moldova
Output 1.2 Legislation improved to effectively prevent and control corruption as
foreseen in the anti-corruption strategy and action plans and in
accordance with GRECO recommendations and European and United Nations
Output 1.3 Strengthen the capacity of anti-corruption prosecutors to prosecute, supervise and manage corruption-related offences
The first draft paper regarding the guidelines for investigating and prosecuting corruption cases was prepared by the Inter-institutional Working Group.
The MOLICO project also supported the
participation of one anti-corruption prosecutor to the Second
International Anti-Corruption Summer School (IACSS 2008), taking place
in Austria and organized by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Interior.
Output 1.4 Improve co-operation among law enforcement and criminal justice bodies through joint training on investigation, prosecution and adjudication of corruption offences as well as international co-operation
first national joint workshop for
prosecutors and judges on national
and international experiences in
combating corruption was organized
in co-operation with the General
prosecutor's office and the National
Institute of Justice.
Output 1.5 Strengthen the capacities of the CCCEC to analyse corruption-related phenomena and trends, as well as to design and implement measures for the prevention of corruption
The GRECO recommendation on carrying out research studies on the phenomenon of corruption was implemented satisfactorily. The CCCEC experts received training on Latvian experience on preventing corruption. Needs assessment on a training programme for analysts was also conducted.
of the Study Visit of the Representatives of the Centre for combating
economic crime and Corruption from the republic of Moldova to the
"Service central de prevention de la corruption" France
Output 1.6 Prevention plans implemented and internal controls reinforced within the judiciary, prosecution, police, CCCEC and other bodies at risk
The Superior Council of Magistracy
endorsed the plan of conducting risk
assessment in all 51 courts of the
Republic of Moldova. A similar plan
was also endorsed by the National
Institute of Justice. Three phases
of implementation entered
successfully into force in the first
half of 2008.
Output 1.7 Implementation of the law on
the financing of political parties
Output 1.8 Corruption and conflicts of
interest in the political process
Output 1.9 Enhance capacities of local government for the prevention of corruption and strengthen the public ethics
progress reports are periodically submitted by the Directorate for Local
and Regional Democracy on the activities conducted under this output.
Output 1.10 Promote active role of civil society and media against corruption and reduce the tolerance of the public to corruption
The media component was successfully initiated. A number of training
sessions, including interactive trainings, were organized for different
target groups on investigative journalism and communication and PR
culture in the law-enforcement institutions.