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.
Administrative Court of Cundinamarca denies annulment request from entities that refuse to deliver public information to the Anti-Corruption Institute
Following the request from the Anti-Corruption Institute for information about the activities undertaken by the National Government during the Covid-19 pandemic, and specifically the acquisition of vaccines, whereby the Institute argued that there was a right for...
Conexión Capital (Capital Connection) | The first reading of the political landscape of the new Congress
Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anti-Corruption Institute, and Daniela Garzón, political science researcher at Fundación PARES Colombia, took part in the Capital News segment where they analyzed the new political landscape of the recently elected Congress of the...
After a dispute between the Anti-Corruption Institute and the Head of the Personnel Division, Juan Enrique Aaron, about the right to access copies of the records for the work of the UTL of some senators, the 4th Civil Judge of the Circuit ruled in favor of the...