Posted: May 22nd, 2023
Regardless of the underlying big bang effect, the Kazakhstan government has endeavored to align its anti corruption agents along international anti corruption standards. Suffice to say that since the mid 1990s, many government in collaboration with a number of international organization such as transparency international, the United Nations and others have taken note of the negative effects of corruption on the world economy. These antic corruption agents have focused their efforts mainly on ratifying a series of international standards within which corruption will be curtailed at global level. As such a series of legal documents and agreements have been ratified to minimize the risk of corruption. Kazakhstani government under the leadership of President Nursultan Nazarbayev has accepted some of these ratifications. Specifically in June 2008, Kazakhstani government ratified â€˜UN Convention against Corruptionâ€™, which was immediately followed by the ratification of all the protocol and requirements of the â€˜UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crimeâ€™.
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