Combating Corruption: Constitutional Frameworks for the Middle East and North Africa

Combating Corruption: Constitutional Frameworks for the Middle East and North Africa, considers the constitutional frameworks and mechanisms available to prevent and reduce corruption, with particular reference to the Arab region. It argues that most successful anti-corruption frameworks combine a number of preventive, corrective and restorative safeguards, and adopt a coordinated, rather than piecemeal, approach to the problem of corruption.

This Report is a joint publication of Constitutional Transitions, International IDEA and the United Nations Development Programme. It was prepared by the Constitutional Transitions Clinic as part of a series of reports: