FEACCFederal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (Ethiopia)
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State Department's Annual Reviews, the World Bank (2004), African Economic Studies (2008), Ayalew (2005), Mengistu and Vogel (2009), Tamyalew (2010), Kidan (2010), Mezmur (2011), Arriola (2011) and Kilimanjaro International and FEACC (2012).
A recent study by the World Bank (2012), in collaboration with the FEACC, however, concluded that, "The diagnostics strongly suggests that in Ethiopia, corruption practice in the delivery of basic services is comparatively limited and potentially much lower than other low-income countries (World Bank, 2012:1).
Megiso's study (2007), sponsored study by the FEACC, gave the commission a high mark in meeting some of its stated objectives, including pressing charges against 500 "corrupters" of whom 100 received a sentence of 1to 19 years of imprisonment (Megiso, 2007).
A majority of survey respondents conflict of interest is pretty common and overall the system lacks integrity and institutional transparency; that donor aid should be tied to improved governance and measurable reform and the FEACC largely a veneer and ineffective.
Ethiopian Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (FEACC).
According to FEACC some 27,000 officials, including the country's ministers, high-ranking government officials and civil servants in key posts have so far disclosed their personal assets, possessions, incomes and the incomes of their families.
By Tesfa-alem Tekle January 17, 2009 (ADDIS ABABA) a" Sudanese authorities this week handed over a corruption suspect whom Ethiopia had sought since his disappearance two months ago following a bank fraud, according to the Ethiopian Federal Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (FEACC).