In the context of the Organization of American States, in 1996 the States adopted the Inter-American Convention against Corruption. This Convention has a Follow-Up Mechanism for its Implementation (MESICIC), in order to evaluate how the States are fulfilling their obligations.
In the first round of analysis, through a questionnaire distributed in 2002, they analyzed the implementation of the following articles of the Convention: art. III (Preventive Measures), paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 9 and 11; art. XIV (Assistance and Cooperation); and art. XVIII (Central Authorities)
|Questionnaire, may 2002.||57 KB|
|Argentine Government's response.||485.86 KB|
|MESICIC report with recommendations.||721.35 KB|
|First report by Follow-up Commission||146.5 KB|
|Second report by Follow-up Commission||137.5 KB|