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International Monetary Fund. Middle East and Central Asia Dept.

bank resolution and AML/CFT. Reforms of state-owned commercial banks should be reinvigorated. Progress in improving public spending transparency, including in procurement, is commendable. The audit of pandemic spending will help reassure the public and donors about the government accountability. Further strengthening the asset declaration regime and anti-corruption institutions would help deter and fight corruption. Despite facing formidable challenges, the authorities continued to demonstrate strong program ownership. Going forward, macroeconomic stability

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
Real growth is expected to reach 5.2 percent in 2020 as the severe impact of the pandemic in the country was partially mitigated by a resilient mining sector. Presidential elections were held on October 18, giving President Condé an outright victory. Such results were contested by the opposition and followed by violent demonstrations and unrest. Since the Constitutional Court validated the electoral results on November 7, the situation has remained calm.
International Monetary Fund

revenue administration ( Table 1 ), but these efforts need to be accelerated to secure gains. 25. Enhanced governance, transparency and anti-corruption frameworks need to be prioritized as they help maximize gains from all macroeconomic reforms . In this context, the authorities should: Issue regulations, and asset and interest declaration forms consistent with the anti-corruption law of 2021, and international good practices on asset declaration regimes. 6 The asset declarations of senior public officials should be published on a government website. In

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
Real growth is expected to reach 5.2 percent in 2020 as the severe impact of the pandemic in the country was partially mitigated by a resilient mining sector. Presidential elections were held on October 18, giving President Condé an outright victory. Such results were contested by the opposition and followed by violent demonstrations and unrest. Since the Constitutional Court validated the electoral results on November 7, the situation has remained calm.