Corruption and Its Impact on the Full Enjoyment of Human Rights, in Particular Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
VI. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
The challenges of corruption now have to be faced with all the seriousness they deserve. In spite of past remedies, corruption is worsening and assuming an alarming proportion. It is heartening to note that at the national level many countries have put in place stringent anti corruption mechanisms to deal with the problem. I urge all other countries to tackle this malaise by according it a priority place in the affairs of the nation. Regional and interregional efforts are also needed to arrest this scourge.
I strongly recommend that a full study of the problem be undertaken at the Sub Commission level with the aim of contributing towards promoting transparency, accountability and good governance in Member States of the United Nations, which would make enjoyment of all human rights possible. It is also going to serve as a guide to all the bodies seized with the matter. The study, if approved, should examine in detail the general and specific manifestations of corruption. It should identify vulnerable groups and develop guidelines on respect for human rights, international complaints and sanction systems. The problems confronting the developing countries with the capital flight occasioned by the looting of the treasuries by their corrupt leaders will also be tackled. The question of finding a solution to the successful repatriation of the funds of illicit origins to their rightful owners should also be addressed.
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