Corruption evaluators make another official visit to Monaco ahead of June deadline

With just six months until the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) delivers its report on Monaco, a delegation has made its fifth visit to the Principality.

From 20th to 24th November, a group of evaluators from the Council of Europe’s GRECO visited the Principality of Monaco as part of its evaluation cycle in the prevention of corruption and the promotion of integrity in central governments and law enforcement agencies.

During the visit, the evaluators met with representatives of Monegasque authorities, civil society and the media.

“These exchanges made it possible to present to the evaluators the different systems of prevention and the fight against corruption implemented in Monaco and those in progress of development,” said the government in a statement. “This visit was also an opportunity for the Principality to reiterate its determination to continue its efforts to develop its regulations regarding the prevention of corruption and promoting integrity.”

GRECO is expected to adopt its report on Monaco in June 2024.


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