New APROFORT report identifies persistent delays in Equatorial Guinea’s anti-corruption plan

The Government of Equatorial Guinea failed to improve its compliance with the anti-corruption plan agreed with the International Monetary Fund, according to the conclusions of the report published today by Transparência e Integridade (TI Portugal) under APROFORT.

The Observatory on Human Rights and Good Governance of APROFORT, an EU funded project aimed supporting and strengthening civil society in Equatorial Guinea, in collaboration with EG Justice monitored the three-year plan worth $280 million, and could only confirm that the government has complied with 20% of measures to be completed by September 2020.

This second report reviewed all measures since the beginning of the agreement between Equatorial Guinea and the IMF in January 2020.

Read the full report in the APROFORT’s website.