This project is one of the six projects which constitute the second phase of the EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance (PGG) programme interventions to support Eastern Partnership countries to counter economic crime.

The project aims to provide tailored assistance responding to the country’s anti-corruption reforms agenda, while addressing issues raised by the Council of Europe monitoring bodies in the areas of corruption and money laundering. It has been designed to contribute to the EU 2020 targets set out in priority area “Strengthening the rule of law and anti-corruption mechanisms,” and is aligned with the cooperation priorities identified in the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, and Council of Europe Action Plan for Armenia 2019-2022.

The overall objective of the project is to increase efficiency of anti-corruption and asset recovery while preventing and combating corruption. The project aims to do so by supporting the Armenian authorities in strengthening legislative and institutional frameworks for anti-corruption and asset recovery, and developing capacities and tools to prevent and suppress economic crimes.

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Discussing a New System of Integrity Checking of Judicial Nominees in Armenia

28 August 2020 Videoconference

The EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance is supporting the Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC) in developing its own methodology for the integrity checking of judicial nominees. According to the amendments to the law on the Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC) and Judicial Code of the...

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Advancing International Cooperation in Criminal Matters

22 July 2020 Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

The EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance continues to support the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia in developing laws and procedures related to the investigation of corruption offences. At the end of May, the Council of Europe received an official request from the Ministry of...

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Verification and analysis of asset and interest declarations of high officials in Armenia

June/July 2020 Yerevan, Armenia

The recently established Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC), within its mandate to develop and implement systems for the prevention of corruption in Armenia, is undertaking the voluminous and critical task of verifying and analysing property, income and interest declarations submitted by...

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