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UNCAC Implementation: Cameroon Evaluates New Zealand

Cameroon will also be part of the team that would evaluate the Republic of Guinea, South Soudan, Egypt and Burundi in the months ahead.

examiners of New Zealand after a working session in Wellington.

Within the framework of the Review Mechanism of the Implementation of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) through the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), a staff of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, Focal Point of the Mechanism in Cameroon, was in Wellington, New Zealand, from the 20th to the 23rd of February 2017. The official was part of a team for the peer review of the level of internalization of the provisions of the UNCAC in the southwestern Pacific Ocean island nation. Other members of the team included experts from Turkey and the UNODC.
This first phase of the evaluation covers the period between 2010 and 2015. The examiners assessed the level of integration of the provisions of Chapters III and IV of the UNCAC into national legislations, difficulties encountered and possible technical assistance needed. A similar evaluation was carried out in January 2017 in the Republic of Guinea.
The selection of Cameroon to assess other countries follows its positive review which took place from January 2010 to December 2015. The peer evaluators were impressed by Cameroon government’s efforts to ensure the criminal liability of legal persons, the possibility to prosecute foreign public officials for corruption and the level of confidence of Cameroonians towards anti-corruption institutions.
Cameroon will also be part of the team to evaluate the Republic of Guinea, South Soudan, Egypt and Burundi in the months ahead.


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