Regarding the role of civilian and military staff it is important that they are both in frequent communication in a post-conflict society. Neither group should be engaging in activities that might directly undermine the other. By the same token, if anti-corruption projects are seen as being carried out solely by/for the military, local populations may not feel comfortable approaching and working with those anti-corruption reform efforts if popular opinion turns against military operations. In this U4 Expert Answer we will address each of the specific questions asked and in so doing indicate literature that explores the link between corruption and stabilisation. We will refer to current thinking on how to address corruption in immediate post conflict situations.
Fuente: Anti-corruption Resource Centre – U4