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The Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker monitors the progress of the commitments made by Governments and organisations at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit. Scroll down to see whether the words have turned into action...

The Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker monitors the progress of the commitments made by Governments and organisations at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit. Scroll down to see who has kept to their word...

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UKRAINE

After the Summit, all of Ukraine’s commitments were considered ambitious. Ukraine’s only overdue commitment was not new, and there has been no progress on the majority of Ukraine’s commitments.

Ukraine pledged to protect against and to expose the misuse of public funds by continuing to make public procurement via e-platforms open by default to all, and to share experiences by participating with Mexico and others in the international ‘Contracting 5’ group. This, as well as a commitment to improve asset recovery legislation, is underway.

The pledge to reduce the opportunity for corruption in institutions by fundamentally reforming the Prosecutor General’s Office (GPO) is overdue. There have been no fundamental reforms in the GPO since the Summit.

One of Ukraine’s most unique commitments was to put mechanisms in place to verify the accuracy of the beneficial ownership information provided by companies, and to enforce compliance with the obligation to submit this information by June 2017. Despite this commitment being listed as both new and ambitious, there has been no public evidence of progress towards it. The commitment is listed as inactive.

COMPLETE
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5.3%
10.4%
UNDERWAY
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13.3%
OVERDUE
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20%
INACTIVE
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23%
COMPLETE
THERE ARE NO COMPLETE PLEDGES
ONGOING
These pledges have no end point and are continuing to progress
Resources and Mandate
Anti-Corruption Environment UKRAINE

So there is no impunity, ensure that all Anti-Corruption bodies, including the National Agency for Corruption Prevention, National Anti-Corruption Bureau, Specialised AntiCorruption Prosecution, State Bureau of Investigation are fully independent, capable, adequately resourced and receive the full support and cooperation from all branches of government and law enforcement in order to carry out their role

EVIDENCE
Public Contracting
Beneficial Ownership UKRAINE

Punish corruption by preventing corrupt bidders and those who seek to hide their beneficial owners from accessing public contracts and procurement by establishing accessible central databases and address ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders.

EVIDENCE
Global Asset Recovery Forum
Asset Recovery UKRAINE

To support victims, take further steps to improve asset recovery legislation, in particular implementing EU Directive 2014/42, operationalise the National Agency for Detection, Tracing and Management of Proceeds of Corruption and Other Crimes in 2017 and participate with others in the International Asset Recovery Forum 2017.

EVIDENCE
Asset Declarations
Public Sector Integrity UKRAINE

Increasing transparency by launching Ukraine’s Registry of Declarations of public officials in August 2016.

EVIDENCE
UNDERWAY
These pledges are underway and on target
Open Contracting
Public Procurement UKRAINE

Protecting against and exposing misuse of public funds by continuing to make public procurement via e-platforms open by default to all, and sharing experiences by participating with Mexico and others in an international ‘Contracting Group’.

EVIDENCE
Legislation
Asset Recovery UKRAINE

Improve asset recovery legislation, in particular implementing EU Directive 2014/42,

EVIDENCE
OVERDUE
These pledges are underway but have fallen behind target
Anti-Corruption Bodies
Anti-Corruption Environment UKRAINE

Reducing the opportunity for corrupt practices in Institutions through fundamental reform of the Prosecutor General’s Office, including selecting a credible Prosecutor General, and an action plan for future wide-ranging programme of Judicial Reform.

EVIDENCE
INACTIVE
These pledges are are inactive and not making any progress
Training and Assistance
International Anti-Corruption Architecture UKRAINE

Working with other countries, international organisations and Civil Society to implement the provisions of the UN Convention Against Corruption, OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and develop the practitioner partnerships on institutional integrity, particularly those of importance in Ukraine such as the Accountancy and State Fiscal Service, as well as in other sectors where appropriate.

International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre
Law Enforcement UKRAINE

Welcoming to establish an International Anti-Corruption Law Enforcement Coordination Centre and expressing willingness to cooperate with it.

Information collection, sharing, availability
Beneficial Ownership UKRAINE

Putting in place mechanisms to verify the accuracy of the Beneficial Ownership information provided by companies and enforce compliance with the obligation to submit this information by June of 2017.

Financial Action Task Force
Anti-Money Laundering UKRAINE
Anti-Corruption Strategy
Anti-Corruption Environment UKRAINE

Ukraine undertakes to include the commitments and concrete steps from this Summit in its implementation of the new Anti-Corruption Strategy and Action Plan to be adopted in 2017

EVIDENCE
Access to Beneficial Ownership Information
Beneficial Ownership UKRAINE

Committing to implement bilateral agreements that provide full and effective access for law enforcement agencies and financial intelligence units of a partner country to information on the final beneficiaries of the companies registered in the territory of another partner country