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Egyptian Transparency Network [English][Arabic].
The project for enhancing transparency and accountability falls in line with the interest of Egyptian society in combating corruption, supporting integrity and transparency initiatives in the public administration. Both high officials and the society at large have realized the seriousness of the situation, especially since the rate of attracting investments and of development are linked to the degree of transparency and accountability of the component branches of the state's political system.
Egypt's Information Portal [English].
Egypt’s Information Portal is the website of the Information and Decision Support Center which aims at accelerating the rate of social and economic development in Egypt through conducting developmental studies and economic analysis.
Financial Oversight Laws [Arabic].
This document presents a summary of the evolution of the Arab legal texts in relation with the Egyptian Financial Oversight Laws since 1942 - present.
Laws of Capital Market, 1883 - present [Arabic].
This document presents a summary of the evolution of the Egyptian Capital Market Laws since 1883 - present.
Laws of Investment and Free Zones, 1952 - present [Arabic].
This document presents a summary of the evolution of the Egyptian Laws of Investment and Free Zones since 1952 - present.
Transparency, Accountability & Strengthening Anti-Corruption Mechanisms in Egypt [English][Arabic].
This research project aims to produce a deeper understanding of the scope and dynamics of transparency in Egypt, and of the shortcomings and weaknesses of existing anti-corruption mechanisms. This project also aims to acquaint Egyptian auditing agencies with measures adopted by other countries to curb corruption and to propose policy recommendations aimed at strengthening the role of Egyptian institutions in fighting corruption and enhancing transparency.
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