In many countries worldwide the issue of corruption is significant to their image, in their economic activity and in determination of the national strength of the country. In electoral systems the contending parties customarily present their commitment to fight against corruption, which constitutes a considerable part of their platform, however they find it difficult to implement this platform post elections.
The corruption includes, inter alia:
- Distribution of public resources to enrich private entities;
- Bribes to government entities and decision makers;
- Forgery of election results;
- False information to the public;
- Bias in tenders.
Our office has proven accumulated experience in assisting government entities and the opposition in creating policies for prevention of corruption, both from the tactical aspect and the strategic aspect, including:
- Establishment of appropriate enforcement systems;
- Planning and operation of government systems that are capable of contending with the phenomena of corruption;
- Consultation to the government entities, or parties, as to how to contend with the phenomena of corruption;
- Prevention of forgeries during elections;
- Improvement of cyber systems to contend with the phenomena of corruption;
- Planning and implementation of a four-year program to improve the governmental configuration, with the emphasis on a significant reduction of corruption.