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Jordan: Cabinet Approves New Amendments to Anti-corruption Law

(Sept. 24, 2020) On June 14, 2020, Jordan’s minister of state for media affairs, Amjad Al-Adaileh, announced that a draft law amending Law No. 13 of 2016, the Integrity and Anti-corruption Law had been approved by the cabinet. The new amendments will be introduced to Parliament in accordance with constitutional principles. Background The Integrity and […]

Morocco: Draft Law Introduced to Protect Whistle-Blowers in Corruption Cases

(Oct. 8, 2019) On February 15, 2019, the Moroccan Minister of Administration and Public Service announced the introduction of a new draft law to protect whistle-blowers. The draft law is intended to fulfill Morocco’s commitment as a signatory to the United Nations Convention against Corruption to enact relevant domestic laws, in this case by protecting […]

Egypt: Three New Amendments to the Penal Code Approved

(Feb. 5, 2018) On January 8, 2018, the Egyptian Parliament, under the chairmanship of the Parliament’s speaker, Dr. Ali Abd al-Aal, approved three new amendments to the Egyptian Penal Code. The first was a draft law aimed at enhancing the protection of children from sexual abuse. The draft law was submitted by the government and […]

Taiwan: Cabinet Approves Draft Proposal on Adoption of Anti-Corruption Convention

(Oct. 10, 2014) On August 28, 2014, the Executive Yuan (Cabinet) of the Republic of China (on Taiwan) approved draft legislation formulated by the Ministry of Justice on Taiwan’s adoption of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption. The Ministry of Justice draft also included provisions for implementing laws related to the Convention. (ROC Moves to […]