The Parliament deputies, heads of state institutions, ambassadors of foreign countries, representatives of international organizations, the domestic academic community, the civil sector, as well as leading experts from Germany, Britain, Austria, Belgium have attended the conference.
In her welcome speech, Gulshara Abdykalikova stressed that the basis of Kazakhstan's anti-corruption policy is the political will of the Head of State. One of the key priorities of the National Third Modernization is the fight against corruption.
The State Secretary has emphasized that the National Plan and the Anti-Corruption Strategy until 2025 are aimed at a systematic fight against corruption.
G. Abdykalikova reported that at present more than 60% of services are provided in electronic format. As a result, in the United Nations in the Development Index of e-government, Kazakhstan ranks 33rd among 174 states of the world. Since 1995, the country has implemented 7 state programs to combat corruption. This year, 8 draft laws, 30 by-laws and 8 public service standards have been elaborated.
-Today, in the context of promoting digitalization of Kazakhstan, one of the main tasks lies in using a wide arsenal of modern media to involve the entire society in the fight against corruption, to form a strong immunity to this vice, and to develop a sustainable anti-corruption culture, the Secretary said.
The conference participants dwelled in detail on topical issues of combating corruption, best practices and achievements in this field.
In conclusion, the State Secretary of Kazakhstan congratulated those present on the upcoming holiday - Independence Day of Kazakhstan.