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.
Zona Franca | What happened to the traditional political class after the Anticorruption Consultation?
Margie Mojica, lawyer and legal researcher at the Anticorruption Institute appeared on Zona Franca on the Red+ Noticias news channel. Andrés Hernández, Director of Transparencia por Colombia (‘Transparency for Colombia’), and Ciro Ramírez, a Senator from the Centro...
In Mexico, the Anticorruption Institute presents its proposal to establish the International Anticorruption Court
On 20 May 2019, Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anti-Corruption Institute, and Mark Wolf, the US judge and Director of Integrity Initiatives International, met with Mexico’s Minister for Public Administration, Irma Sandoval, during which they presented a proposal to...
On 12 May 2019, Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anticorruption Institute, spoke to the Red + Noticias news channel about water bonds. This followed the decision by Colombia’s Comptroller General of the Republic to revisit the subject in light of discovering that...