Check out how MPs vote on anti-corruption laws. What is Reconstruction of the State?

Reconstruction of the State is a joint program of anti-corruption organizations, deputies and senators, a number of renowned experts, members of the business community, chambers and associations, and active citizens. It has a clear and specific goal—the adoption of nine concrete anti-corruption laws. Reconstruction of the State is not a new movement, a one-time petition or a political party. We have a well-designed plan with concrete steps to end corruption.

 

We have a plan to end corruption.
And we need your help to make it happen:

step 1

165 of the current deputies have pledged to support anti-corruption laws that will increase transparency and control of public money.

Before the elections, we asked the candidates to sign the Pledge of Support of Reconstruction of the State. The pledge includes 43 specific measures in 9 proposed laws that will reduce corruption and prevent misuse of public money. Being already effective in the majority of European countries, most of the laws are long overdue. 

step 2

Before each vote, our experts inform the politicians about which law proposals or amendments are in line with their commitment in the pledge.

Following a successful pledge campaign, we initiated three bills from the pledge to be proposed in the new Chamber of Deputies. We also ensured that the remaining bills appeared in the new government legislative plan—with deadlines that are realistic, yet ambitious enough. We actively participate in the process of drafting the bills, sharing our positions, recommendations and comments. For each proposal and amendment, we prepare a detailed position—as we very well know that the devil is in the detail, and sometimes even one sentence can doom the entire bill to failure.

step 3

After each vote, we monitor and show how each MP has voted on the issue. Based on their previous commitment, we also assess whether or not the MPs have kept their word.  

The final formulation of the laws before they are adopted is up to the politicians to decide. In our rating system, we base the assessment on key parts of the law—those parts and provisions that guarantee the desired anti-corruption effect of the law. When an MP does not vote for a particular law proposal that they have previously promised to support, we are happy to publish their explanation for such a decision.

step 4

As voters and citizens, we have a right to know how our MPs vote on the issues that matter to us. The more people are interested in how the MPs vote on anti-corruption issues, the more likely it is that the politicians will raise their hand for these laws.

During election campaigns, politicians don't seem to expect us to have the time or the energy to look for facts, or base our voting decision on their actual behaviour during the election period. Instead, they hope to impress us with new and new promises displayed on billboards. Using our rating system, we will provide the voters with a simple overview of which parties and MPs helped to fight corruption and increase transparency. We, as citizens, need to show the politicians that we care what they do and how they represent us, and they must understand that we are ready to use this information before the next elections.

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Signed the pledge 91% ?

  • 86% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 0% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
Ano 2011 podrobně

Signed the pledge 78% ?

  • 2% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 0% ?

  • 8% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
ČSSD podrobně

Signed the pledge 92% ?

  • 78% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 0% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
KDU-ČSL podrobně

Signed the pledge 66% ?

  • 0% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 0% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
KSČM podrobně

Signed the pledge 43% ?

  • 0% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 6% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
ODS podrobně

Signed the pledge 96% ?

  • 96% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 4% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
TOP 09 podrobně

Signed the pledge 92% ?

  • 0% Sponsor the bills ?
  • 0% Voted for ?

Broke their promise 0% ?

  • 0% Weaken the bills ?
  • 0% Voted against ?
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