HSE University Anti-Corruption Portal
Comparison of countries
China
Ireland
Indices
Overall Score:
42 out of 100
Rank:
78 out of 180
Rank:
25 out of 133
Overall Score:
0,48 out of 1
Rank:
88 out of 128
Overall Score:
19 out of 100
Overall Score:
75 out of 150
Rank:
87 out of 134
Overall Score:
5,22 out of 10
Rank:
99 out of 117
Overall Score:
72 out of 100
Rank:
20 out of 180
Rank:
29 out of 133
Overall Score:
95 out of 150
Rank:
49 out of 134
Overall Score:
8,53 out of 10
Rank:
17 out of 114
International Cooperation
UN
G20
APEC
FATF
BRICS
IACA
UN
GRECO
OECD
FATF
China
  • The UN Convention against Corruption was ratified in 2006.
  • The review under the first cycle of the Implementation Review Mechanism is completed. The executive summary is available here.
  • G20 Presidency in 2016.
  • The documents adopted under China’s Presidency are available here.
  • APEC’s member since 1991.
  • Member of the FATF since 2007.
  • Evaluation Report on compliance with the FATF recommendations is available here.
  • BRICS Member since 2009.
  • BRICS Presidency is scheduled for 2022.
  • The Agreement for the Establishment of the International Anti-Corruption Academy as an International Organization was ratified in 2013.
Ireland
  • The UN Convention against Corruption was ratified in 2011.
  • The review under the second cycle of the Implementation Review Mechanism is completed. The executive summary is available here.
  • GRECO’s member since 1999.
  • The Council of Europe’s Criminal Law Convention on Corruption was ratified in 2003.
  • The Council of Europe’s Civil Law Convention on Corruption was not ratified.
  • The fourth evaluation round is completed. The evaluation report is available here.
  • The OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions was ratified in 2003.
  • The country is undergoing Phase 3 and Phase 1bis evaluation of the implementation of the Convention. The reports are available here.
  • Member of the FATF since 1991.
  • Evaluation Report on compliance with the FATF recommendations is available here.
Main Legislation
China
  1. Criminal Code, Chapter 8 – Graft and Bribery - Articles 382-396 and 164, (English);

  2. Law of the People’s Republic of China against Unfair Competition of September 2, 1993, (English);

  3. Supervision Law of the People’s Republic of China of March 20, 2018, (Chinese), (English);

  4. Law on Graft Busters of August 20, 2021, (Chinese).

 
Ireland
  1. Ethics in Public Office Act, 1995, (English);
  2. Standards in Public Office Act, 2001, (English);
  3. Protected Disclosures Act, 2014, (English.);
  4. Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act, 2018, (English).
Anti-Corruption Bodies
China
  1. National Supervisory Commission of the People’s Republic of China, (Chinese);

  2. Hong Kong Independent Commission against Corruption, (Chinese), (English);

  3. Commission against Corruption, Macao Special Administrative Region, (Chinese/English).

Ireland
  1. Department of Justice and Equality
    (An Roinn Dlí agus Cirt agus Comhionannais), (English);

  2. Ireland’s National Police and Security Service
    (Biúró Náisiúnta an Gharda Síochána um Choireacht Eacnamaíoch), (English);

  3. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
    (Oifig an Stiúrthóra Ionchúiseamh Poiblí), (English);

  4. Tackling Bribery and Corruption - A Cross-Departmental Approach by the Irish Government to Raise Awareness of Bribery and Corruption, (English).

 

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