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 The G8 on corruption: Dirty money is not safe anywhere

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The G8 on corruption: Dirty money is not safe anywhere
The language looks good, but it is actions that matter
Berin / St Petersburg, 16 July 2006

The Group of Eight hit many of the right notes in their Statement on Fighting High-Level Corruption. The real test, however,

will be in their actions; and the history of G8 action is decidedly mixed.

Transparency International welcomes the focus on denying safe haven to the corrupt and their illicitly acquired wealth. It is

important that the signal is sent: dirty money is not safe anywhere.

But any global plan for cracking down on the “fruits of kleptocratic activities” must contain specific mechanisms for tracing

and freezing these funds, wherever they are deposited. Only this way can the recovery or repatriation of stolen money be

achieved.

While it is a positive sign that the G8 recognise the role of multilateral development banks in fighting corruption, the

deadline they set – September 2006 - for banks to submit anti-corruption strategies to their membership is too tight to

ensure a meaningful public consultation with civil society involvement.

Similarly, a call for global ratification of the United Nations Convention against Corruption is commendable, but should be

addressed to the Group of Eight themselves, as five members have yet to ratify: Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the

United States. The Convention contains provisions on mutual legal assistance and asset recovery that will serve to enforce

the high-level accountability being called for today.

The success of the UN Convention will ultimately rest on the ability of the international community to agree on and employ an

effective monitoring mechanism that would create a climate of mutual accountability. It is vital that when the Conference of

States Parties (the principle administrative body for the Convention) meets in Jordan in December, an effective monitoring

mechanism is agreed.

Enforcement must be vigorously pursued by all countries, in particular, the “prosecut[ion]” of “corrupt public officials and

those who bribe them”. While the statement calls for this to be “continued”, some members of the G8 have yet to start. In

terms of overseas bribery, the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention represents the most powerful tool, criminalising bribe

payments to foreign public officials.

Transparency International welcomes the reference to further effective peer evaluation of the OECD Convention’s

implementation, but the test will be whether the G8 commit the necessary financial resources to support this process. As with

all the promises made, proof of real commitment lies in outlining specific steps and committing the resources to support them.

The statement rightly points to corruption’s “devastating effect on democracy, the rule of law, and economic and social

development”. Nothing less is at stake. For the world’s poor and those living in fragile states, we hope that the G8 takes their

commitments seriously.

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Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption.

Media Contacts:

Berlin:

Barbara Ann Clay
Sarah Tyler
Tel: +49-30-3438 2019/45
Fax: +49-30-3470 3912
press@transparency.org

Russia:
Jesse Garcia
Tel: +49-171-42-10-789
http://www.transparency.org/news_room/latest_news/press_releases/2006/2006_07_16_g8_dirty_money

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