Atameken and the Anti-Corruption Agency developing methods to strengthen business protection
The Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs and the Anti-Corruption Agency are jointly developing approaches to protect businesses from misconduct by officials, the official website of the agency reports.
According to the first deputy chairman of the Agency Olzhas Bektenov, joint work with the National Chamber continues. One of the main tasks is to protect entrepreneurs from any form of pressure and interference in their activities. In particular, legislative amendments will be worked out to strengthen the responsibility for illegal interference in business.
During the meeting, deputy chairman of the Atameken Board Rustam Zhursunov presented the results of the implementation of the Roadmap, concluded between the Agency and the National Chamber. Thus, the analysis of the issues of interest to the business community, namely, the analysis of information systems in the provision of technical conditions by subjects of natural monopolies, land plots by authorized bodies and customs services were carried out.
As Rustam Zhursunov noted, the results will allow solving sensitive problems of the business community and will define concrete steps to ensure transparency and reduce corruption risks in the activities of natural monopolies, local executive and customs authorities.
In the second half of 2019, the analysis of veterinary medicine and sanitary and epidemiological supervision, as well as the identification of conditions limiting competition in the transfer of state property will be conducted.
We shall remind you that during the enlarged meeting of the Government the Head of State instructed to ensure effective protection of business from illegal actions of officials.