Jordan supports the establishment of an OECD Anti-corruption centre to strengthen the impact and coherence of the OECD existing anti-corruption work.
Last updated: December 2020
Concrete: Somewhat Concrete | New: New | Ambitious: Ambitious
No update on this commitment. The government already initiated the communication with the OECD before our last update, and is conversation with them.
Updated: October 31, 2020
The Jordanian Government reached out to the OECD and, despite the absence of an OECD Anti-Corruption Centre, the government will continue collaborating and participating in events and gatherings from this multilateral body, particularly those targeted at the MENA region.
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Updated: April 30, 2020
There was no data found on government statement welcoming the notion of joining efforts in the establishment of the OECD center. However, during meetings attended by the concerned officials at the Jordan Integrity and anti- corruption commission(JIACC), there were expressions of no objection, but such information is insufficient, and is not considered as a national commitment unless it is expressed in an official manner. JIACC, the Prime Ministry and the Ministry of Justice are the bodies concerned with implementing this commitment. Those three institutions are responsible of overseeing administrative and technical needs to ensure the implementation of this commitment.
Updated: October 30, 2019