Iraq’s Commission of Integrity, with the support of the Central Statistics Office and UNDP Iraq, has announced the findings from its study on corruption and integrity in Iraq’s public sector.
This study offered new evidence to help the Government of Iraq, civil society, the UN in Iraq, NGOs and other organizations working in Iraq to better understand the variety and scope of corruption, which plagues the country.
The focus of the study targeted specific experiences, rather than reviewing generally held perceptions. More than 31,000 civil servants were surveyed for the report, which covered a range of issues from working conditions and job satisfaction to the integrity of civil servants, bribery and transparency.
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