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Parliamentary approaches to corruption have mainly focused on establishing appropriate anti-corruption legal frameworks at country level and strengthening the parliamentary oversight functions in sensitive areas such as monitoring budget processes. Parliaments also have the duty and responsibility of adhering to the highest integrity standards. Using regional and global parliamentarian networks has proved a very promising capacity building strategy.
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