HSE University Anti-Corruption Portal
Comparison of countries
China
Israel
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:
85 out of 128
Overall Score:
5,22 out of 10
Rank:
99 out of 117
Overall Score:
60 out of 100
Rank:
35 out of 180
Rank:
38 out of 133
Overall Score:
80 out of 150
Rank:
74 out of 128
Overall Score:
7,77 out of 10
Rank:
32 out of 117
International Cooperation
UN
G20
APEC
FATF
BRICS
IACA
UN
OECD
FATF
IACA
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.
Israel
  • The UN Convention against Corruption was ratified in 2009.
  • The review under the first cycle of the Implementation Review Mechanism is completed. The country report is available here.
  • The OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions was ratified in 2009.
  • The country is undergoing Phase 3 evaluation of the implementation of the Convention. The report is available here.
  • Member of the FATF since 2018.
  • Evaluation Report on compliance with the FATF recommendations is available here.
  • The Agreement for the Establishment of the International Anti-Corruption Academy as an International Organization was ratified in 2012.
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).

 
Israel
  1. Penal Law, Chapter IX, article 5 «Bribery Offences»
    (חוק העונשין, תשל"ז-1977,סימן ה': עבירות שוחד), (Hebrew), (English);

  2. Law of 1969 No. 5729 «On Public Service (Restrictions after Retirement)»
    (חוק שירות הציבור (הגבלות לאחר פרישה), תשכ"ט-1969), (Hebrew);

  3. Law of 1979 No. 5740 «On Public Service (Gifts)»
    (חוק שירות הציבור (מתנות), תש"ם-1979), (Hebrew), (English);

  4. Law of 1997 No. 5757 «On Protection of Employees (Exposure of Offences of Unethical Conduct and Improper Administration)»
    (חוק הגנה על עובדים (חשיפת עבירות ופגיעה בטוהר המידות או במינהל התקין), תשנ"ז-1997), (Hebrew);

  5. Code for Civil Service
    (קוד אתי לשירות המדינה), (Hebrew).

 

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).

Israel
  1. Ministry of Justice of Israel
    (משרד המשפטים), (Hebrew), (English), (Russian), (Arabic); 

  2. State Comptroller and Ombudsman of Israel
    (מבקר המדינה ונציב תלונות הציבור), (English);

  3. Lahav 433, Israel Police
    (יחידת להב 433‏‎), (Hebrew).

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