Vision

The Commission for the Prevention of Corruption strives to ensure the strengthening of the rule of law, the establishing of measures and methods for integrity and transparency and the prevention of corruption, and the prevention and elimination of the conflict of interest.

Our vision

We strive towards a society with no corruption and towards a State of integrity, transparency, equal opportunity for everyone, and social welfare. In our determination to fight corruption, we put special emphasis on greater power of prevention.

Our mission

Our fundamental mission is to establish zero tolerance of corruption on all levels and to restore the citizens’ trust in the rule of law and in state institutions. We apply all our expert knowledge, experience and energy for Slovenia to become a corruption-free state.

Our values

Constitutionality, transparency, impartiality, and ethics are the foundations of our work.

Curbing corruption, strengthening the rule of law and the integrity of public office are our guidelines.

Working with integrity, accountability, and objectivity is our approach.

Our tasks

Combatting corruption, especially systemic corruption, requires a wider, interdisciplinary approach and greater power of prevention.

The following mechanisms are the most effective in preventing corrupt conduct from taking place:

  • detection and investigation of corrupt conduct, conduct in breach of integrity, the conflict of interest, incompatibility of office, restriction on business activities, acceptance of gifts, and illegal lobbying;
  • supervision of assets of officials;
  • detection, analysis, and reduction of corruption risks;
  • strengthening the transparency and integrity of public office;
  • development and implementation of corruption-prevention tools (codes of ethics, Integrity Plans, whistleblower protection systems, risk management policies, etc.);
  • education, training, and awareness-raising.

Tools to achieve our goals

The Commission has already established the following effective supervision mechanisms:

  • detection and investigation of corrupt conduct;
  • keeping of the registry of lobbyists;
  • supervision of assets of officials;
  • supervision of restrictions on business activities;
  • gift lists;
  • establishing the existence of the conflict of interest or incompatibility of office.

The Commission has established the following effective prevention mechanisms:

  • implementation of Integrity Plans as one of the key tools for the (self-)detection of corruption risks in all public-sector institutions;
  • application Erar as a key tool for the transparency of public spending;
  • responding to enquiries, especially regarding Integrity Plans, the conflict of interest, the incompatibility of office, restrictions on business activities, and the Anti-Corruption Clause.