The OECD Anti-corruption network raised their voice and stated that Armenia immediately should take care of their issue with corruption and that the faults must be attended to in a nearby future.
- The number of convictions for corruption is low, especially for high-ranking officials, and more efforts must be made to investigate allegations and bring cases to court;
- Cooperation between law enforcement and financial control institutions needs to be improved;
- Greater transparency and a more effective monitoring mechanism is needed to cut abuse of the system for declaring gifts and assets by public officials;
- Information requested by ordinary citizens and non-governmental organisations, and access to information at the local level, needs to be provided more quickly and fully;
- To tackle the pervasive tradition of bribe-giving in Armenia, the leadership of the country needs to lead and support anti-corruption efforts, through a combination of law-enforcement, further legal reform and public education campaigns.
Armenia as a independent country since 16 years have suffered and been affected by corruption since the fall of Soviet Union. The former corrupt Soviet government have discoloured the Armenian flag and the various kinds of problems remains.