LibMod Policy Paper: Progress in the fight against cor­rup­tion in the EU-asso­ci­ated states of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova

In the LibMod Policy Paper: Assess­ment of progress in the fight against cor­rup­tion in the EU-asso­ci­ated states of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova, our author Dr. Khatia Kikalishvili argues that insuf­fi­cient inde­pen­dence in the justice system and the polit­i­cal instru­men­tal­i­sa­tion of state insti­tu­tions con­tinue to pose an enor­mous obsta­cle to efforts to come to grips with cor­rup­tion. Greater polit­i­cal will and a strong civil society are needed to put these coun­tries on a stable reform path. This policy paper pro­poses con­crete rec­om­men­da­tions for action to strengthen the German government’s com­mit­ment to imple­ment­ing anti-cor­rup­tion goals in Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.

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