Anti-bribery of domestic and foreign officials

We encourage all states to criminalise the bribery of domestic and foreign officials and to actively enforce those laws.

Completion Status:
⚠ Unqualified*

*commitment is not specific or/and not measurable

Commitment filtering:

Specific: ❌ no

The commitment is a statement about the position of the United States regarding the actions other countries should take criminalising bribery of domestic and foreign officials, and is therefore not specific.

The United States clarified in its new anti-corruption strategy that “Using a range of diplomatic and foreign assistance programming, the U.S. Government is committed to working with allies and partners on enacting legislation criminalising the demand side of bribery, and enforcing new and existing laws, including in the countries where the bribery occurs”.[1] However, as the IACC commitment does not mention US support, this information cannot be used to further specify the commitment in question.

[1] The White House (2021), United States Strategy on Countering Corruption,https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/United-States-Strategy-on-Countering-Corruption.pdf

Measurable: ❌ no

The commitment is not measurable because it does not use committal language.



Last updated: 31 December 2022
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