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Independent and effective anti-corruption institutions are critical to successfully combatting corruption through criminal enforcement. Using the Jakarta Principles and Colombo Commentary as the standards for analysis, this paper explores the adequacy of anti-corruption institutions responsible for criminal investigation and prosecution in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico, in both law and practice.

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January 31, 2024

Assessing the Adequacy of Anti-corruption Institutions in Select Latin American Countries

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