THE INDEPENDENT AUTHORITY AGAINST CORRUPTION HALF YEAR REPORT OF 2022 IS PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH
MONGOLIA: INTENSIFYING FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF THE IAAC MADE A PRESENTATION AT THE INTERSESSIONAL MEETING OF THE UNCAC
Anti-Corruption Annual Report
OVERVIEW OF THE SITUATION OF CORRUPTION IN JUDICIAL INSTITUTIONS OF MONGOLIA
As of November 2021, USD 33.8 million in damages have been reimbursed, said Mr. Azjargal, Deputy Director-General of the Independent Authority Against Corruption(IAAC) of Mongolia.
On November 11, 2021, Mr. Oyun-Erdene, Prime Minister of Mongolia, submitted a draft law on the legal status of the whistleblower to Mr. Zandanshatar, Chairman of the Parliament.
The purpose of this law is to support, protect and encourage whistleblowers who report in the public interest, and to prevent any actions that could worsen their legal status.
The Government of Mongolia is working to reduce the number of business licenses to under 400.
The digitalization of the health sector is in full swing. In the face of the pandemic, there is an urgent need to digitalize health care services. Within 2021, the government is working to organize the digitalization of traditional services and is in process of developing six programs to implement in the health sector.
IAAC recovered MNT 96.2 billion from corruption investigation in 2021.