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"The trust Line" was opened in State mortgage Company ОJSC in order to prevent and combat corruption, and regular communication with civil society on June 3, 2019.

19 July 2019

 "The trust  Line" was opened in  State mortgage Company ОJSC in order to prevent and combat corruption,  and regular communication with civil society  on June 3, 2019. 

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 Тhe  Decree issued  of  the President of the Kyrgyz Republic about State strategy of anti-corruption policy of the Kyrgyz Republic and measures to combat corruption (As amended by presidential Decree of may 14, 2012 up N 102), February 2, 2012

The  State  Mortage  Company`s  mission is to contribute to the sustainable development of the economy of the Kyrgyz Republic through the development of the mortgage market, to improve the access of the population to housing,  to solve social problems related to inadequate housing supply, and to contribute to the society’s prosperity withthe view of  raising living standards.

Corruption Perceptions Index: Transparency International’s general report for 2018 (CPI 2018) ranks the Kyrgyz Republic 135th out of 180 countries. Kyrgyzstan received a score of 29 out of 100 alongside Russia, Paraguay, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Laos, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.  Compared to the results of the Index for 2016, the situation of the Kyrgyz Republic has changed a bit: it received one score higher, and changed its position on ranking list (from 136th to 135th). This year, New Zealand and Denmark rank highest with scores of 89 and 88 respectively. The 3d place is divided between Finland, Switzerland and Norway with scores of 85. Syria, South Sudan and Somalia rank lowest with scores of 14, 12 and 9 respectively. The list of leaders and laggards has barely changed.  Corruption Perceptions Index is a composite index measuring the perceived level of public-sector corruption in different countries. Transparency International issues Corruption Perceptions Index annually since 1995. The Index for 2017 is based on data from 13 sources over the last two years (2016-2017) collected by 12 independent organizations in surveys for experts and business people around the world. The countries are ranked on a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is a highly corrupt country and 100 is very clean. Kyrgyzstan was included in the ranking in 2003.

    The observed position change of Kyrgyzstan in the “Corruption Perceptions Index” is caused by expectations for actions of the Kyrgyz authorities on the Open Government Initiative accession, the adoption several legislative acts, including the long-awaited Law on Conflicts of Interest and the announcement of the National Digital Transformation Programme “Taza koom”(a clean and honest society).

This means that the anti-corruption policy should be activated and function at all levels.  The problems associated with Kyrgyzstan's anti-corruption policy are mainly related to the lack of responsibility at various levels of government, which in turn is the result of the lack of an effective system between the branches of government. The active participation in the fight against corruption  plays civil society and representatives of state bodies . The criminal legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic provides for appropriate liability for corruption offences, and each agency must understand the seriousness of the consequences of corruption.

State mortgage company JSC adopted  an  anti-corruption policy, employees of company participated in the training "Alternative monitoring of anti-corruption activities of state bodies" organized by the Result  public association,in the first decade of June.