5th Round

The fifth evaluation round (launched in March 2017) is examining the prevention of corruption and promoting integrity, in central governments (top executive functions) and law enforcement agencies.

4th Round

The fourth evaluation round (launched in January 2012) examined the prevention of corruption in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors.

3rd Round

The third evaluation round (launched in January 2007) addressed (a) the incriminations provided for in the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption and (b) the transparency of party funding.

2nd Round

The second evaluation round (2003–2006) focused on the identification, seizure and confiscation of corruption proceeds, the prevention and detection of corruption in public administration and the prevention of legal persons (corporations etc.) from being used as shields for corruption.

1st Round

The first evaluation round (2000–2002) dealt with the independence, specialisation and means of national bodies engaged in the prevention and fight against corruption. It also dealt with the extent and scope of immunities of public officials from arrest, prosecution, etc.