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OECD Integrity Review of Argentina

Achieving Systemic and Sustained Change

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The OECD Integrity Review of Argentina assesses recent efforts to transform Argentina’s integrity framework from isolated initiatives into a  coherent whole-of-society integrity system. The Review presents concrete actions for developing an integrity strategy to sustain current reforms. The Review also provides insights into how to operationalise a risk management approach to corruption and upgrade the internal audit function within government. Finally, the Review assesses the government decision-making process and provides options for increasing its transparency and integrity for more accountable and equitable policies.

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Executive summary

Corruption in the public administration and the capture of political decisions are risks to the economic and political stability of any country. Recognising this, the government of Argentina has been introducing reforms demonstrating its commitment to fight corruption. The law on liability of legal persons, the access to information law or the law of the repentant are examples of such progress, and cases of corruption are increasingly detected and investigated. Nonetheless, by investing more in addressing underlying structural weaknesses, Argentina could promote a culture of integrity that creates resilience to corruption and ensures sustainable and inclusive development.

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