Report: “Latin America Anticorruption Assessment 2020”


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The Latin America Anticorruption Assessment 2020 is a regional study involving eight countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, and Peru), which delineates legal efforts to prevent and combat corruption. Unlike other efforts that focus on measuring corruption or its perception, this study follows a strictly legal approach to analyze legislative and regulatory efforts, in addition to the institutional framework, aimed at preventing, targeting, and prosecuting corruption.

This report addresses the perspective of legal professionals engaged in anti-corruption practice in various sectors, including law firms, businesses, academia, civil society organizations, human rights defenders, and others. The report is produced by the Lawyers Council of the Vance Center for International Justice (New York City Bar Association).

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