Welcome to our fight against impunity.
Impunity in crimes of corruption has eroded public confidence in the public sector. Similarly, the growing imbalance in the system of checks and balances to favor the executive branch, much to the detriment of the legislative and judicial branches, threatens to undermine the stability of Colombian democracy by unduly favoring and protecting private interests. This imbalance means that the risk that corruption will be investigated by a weakened and co-opted judicial system is ever greater, perpetuating the vicious circle of impunity for acts of corruption.
Zero Impunity (Cero Impunidad) is a commitment made by the Anti-Corruption Institute to tackle impunity head on through the prosecution and punishment of criminal acts against the public administration and electoral crimes in Colombia.
On Air | False positives with Ricardo Calderón
False positives, illegal wiretaps, infiltrated detectives and a lot of corruption were some of the topics covered during this conversation with Ricardo Calderón, our guest at Los Implicados, who is the journalist who has uncovered some of the most notorious corruption...
A political reform that cannot wait any longer: the good, the bad and the pending
In Colombia, political reform is a priority in order to guarantee the proper function of democracy and comply with point 2 of the Final Agreement signed between the FARC-EP and the National Government in 2016. This is why several legislative projects have been filed...
Fiscal management report into Collegiate Departmental Management
The Anti-Corruption Institute’s Justice and Impunity Observatory presents its first Fiscal Bulletin. This study seeks to account for the management of the Collegiate Departmental Management (GDC) of the Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR). For this, the analysis...