The summit presented several new and ambitious pledges, covering key issues in the fight against corruption in most countries. The impact of this summit will only be seen if governments take action to implement these commitments that address and prevent corruption. However, unlike other summits, there are no clear mechanisms for implementing, and monitoring governments’ implementation of these commitments and accountability for non-implementation.
Rasheed for Transparency and Transparency (Transparency International – Jordan) will initially monitor the implementation of 8 out of 11 of these commitments that Jordan pledged to implement at the Summit.
There are seven classifications to measure the progress of the implementation of the commitments where the status of each undertaking is based on evidence of progress publicly available.
COMPLETE: This commitment has an end date and there is evidence that it has been completed.
ONGOING: This commitment has no defined end date and there is evidence that activity has started.
UNDERWAY: This commitment has an end date and there is evidence that activity has started.
NO DATA: There is no data on how this commitment is progressing
INACTIVE: There is evidence that no activity has taken place on this commitment
OVERDUE: There is evidence that this commitment has gone past the deadline
DROPPED: There is evidence that this commitment has been dropped by the government.