Sharm El-Sheikh Anti-Corruption Declaration: A Step for Sustainable Development during Pandemics

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corruption is a global phenomenon that has dire economic, social and political consequences, and is one of the obstacles to achieving the SDGs related to peace, justice, and strong institutions, and the environment. Corruption leads to waste of public money, reduces state revenues, and negatively affects developing countries in particular. The COVID-19 pandemic has also posed a challenge to combating corruption in the world.

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