The latest news and views about accountability and transparency in Iran, particularly among government executives and state bodies.
Home Tags Accountability and Transparency
Tag: Accountability and Transparency
Iran’s top diplomat has once again argued for Tehran’s adoption of standards set by the global anti-money laundering body, saying concerns that FATF accession harms national security interests are baseless and Iran’s failure to get itself out FATF blacklist would mean Tehran has shot itself in the leg.
Iran’s legislation watchdog, the Guardian Council, has rejected a bill on Iran’s accession to the Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) convention, which had been passed by the Parliament.
An international group that sets standards on fighting money laundering and financing of terrorism announced it once again extends the deadline for Iran to complete reforms to meet conditions for getting out of the body’s black list, despite opposition by the US and a number of its allies.
Several Iranian officials have responded to the social media campaign #Where_Is_Your_Child, which aims to shed light on nepotism that some believe plagues the country and is partly to blame for rampant corruption and mismanagement.
The Iranian corruption watchdog Justice and Transparency Watch has launched a petition website aimed at enabling the 80-million nation to issue demands from the government and other state organs.
An Iranian lawmaker has expressed support for a plan which calls for the restitution of the properties illegally gained by Iranian officials.
A representative of Iran’s Leader has urged authorities to distance themselves from aristocracy and lead a simple life, and remain open to criticism even if they are the Leader’s representative.