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Despite effective steps in Azerbaijan to fight corruption, it is necessary to improve the transparency of government and public institutions, as well as public procurement, reads the report: "Evaluation of the National System of Transparency: Azerbaijan-2014" , which was presented on July 18 by the organization Transparency Azerbaijan. According to Rena Safaralieva, the head of Transparency Azerbaijan, the research was prepared based on the methodology of Transparency International, which is used for reporting on more than 100 countries worldwide. The estimate was made on the basis of the analysis of the law and practice, surveys of state bodies and independent experts. The study involved the executive, legislature, political parties, NGOs, media, business, etc. The project was implemented with financial support from the EU. Secretary of the State Anti-Corruption Commission, Vusal Huseynov, praised the report generally. He stressed that the study points to cooperation of government agencies and civil society. Head of Operation Department of the EU Delegation, Frederic Byrne, said that EU supports projects to enhance the capacity of government agencies to fight corruption and improve transparency. In particular, the EU realized twinning projects implemented in ministries of finance and taxes, including creating an electronic audit of large taxpayers. It is planned to implement together with the World Bank the project to assess government spending. Coordinator of the project: "Evaluation of the National System of Transparency" Muhammad Muradov presented the study itself. The objects of study were 13 subjects: public and private institutions, including the legislature, the executive, the judiciary, the public sector (civil service), law enforcement, Central Election Commission, the Ombudsman, political parties, media, civil society and business. The evaluation was conducted on three criteria - capacity, management , and the role of transparency in the system, as well as five indicators: resources, independence, transparency, accountability, accuracy. On the indicator "Resources" National System of Transparency was estimated at 66 points out of a possible 100. Executive power has the most resources for the fight against corruption. At the same time, civil society and political parties have problems with financing, including from the private sector. On the indicator "Independence" transparency score was 60 points. Again the executive power has more independence. First instance courts depend on the executive authority - the Ministry of Justice in matters of budgeting and staff. Justice Minister is also the head of the Judicial Council. On the indicator "Transparency" - average estimation is 53 points, involving the problems with the transparency of the Parliament, where parliamentary debates are not shown on any television or online TV. The amendments to legislation made in 2012, when the information about owners of business companies was classified as a trade secret, drew criticism. On the indicator "Reporting" there are 52 points. Despite the quarterly reports of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor General's Office, the courts did not provide statistics on the completion of criminal cases. On the indicator "Correct" there are 54 points. The talk is about compliance with codes of ethics. Among the shortcomings in this area is that deputies voted for their colleagues. The report also included recommendations. It encouraged to ensure the disclosure of income declarations deputies and officials. It is also recommended to give the Accounting Chamber the authority to audit the State Agency on Procurement and the Petroleum Fund, as well as the function of conducting the preliminary investigation. It is also recommended to ensure transparency of the National Television and Radio Council and sustainable finance for civil society.
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Added: 2014-07-21
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