On 4 February, Transparency International reported that the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combatting Corruption (AUCPCC) was adopted by the African Union Assembly in 2003. It was designed as a shared roadmap for member states to implement governance and anti-corruption measures, the convention aims to eradicate corruption in government and business; but 44 of the 55 member states have ratified the convention, yet there is little information on how well it is implemented in practice. A new report looks at 3 important areas: money laundering, illicit enrichment and political party funding, as well as the role civil society and media play in fighting corruption.
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