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Lobbyists, Governments and Public Trust, Volume 3

Implementing the OECD Principles for Transparency and Integrity in Lobbying

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This report takes stock of progress made in implementing the 2010 Recommendation on Principles for Transparency and Integrity in Lobbying – the only international instrument addressing major risks in the public decision-making process related to lobbying. The review process found that although there is an emerging consensus on the need for transparency to shed light on lobbying, new regulations are often scandal-driven instead of forward looking.

In countries that have regulations in place, the degree of transparency in lobbying varies considerably across OECD members. Moving forward, it will be essential for countries to focus efforts on the implementation of the Recommendation, in order to strengthen confidence in the public decision-making process and restore trust in government. It will also be crucial to strengthen the implementation of the wider integrity framework, as it is the prime tool for safeguarding transparency and integrity in the decision-making process in general and lobbying practices in particular.

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Chile: Regulation of lobbying

This chapter analyses the content of the different bills that have been discussed in the Chilean Congress, the difficulties encountered, and the debate generated on the subject of lobbying. It also analyses the new bill that require public officials to disclose and make publicly available their agendas and meetings.Chile enacted a law regulating lobbying in January 2014. However, although this chapter deals with the content of the proposed bill, it only refers to laws and practices adopted up to December 2013.

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