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Remarkable progress has been made in terms of anti-corruption since the 1994 genocide. Rwanda has gone through a painful process of reconstruction. Institutions are now in place with the objective of fighting corruption. These efforts seem to have yielded results, with the country performing better than many other African countries in terms of control of corruption on most governance indicators. Yet there are a number of areas in which corruption still needs to be addressed. There have been instances of tax and public funds embezzlement, fraudulent procurement practices and judicial corruption.
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