On 18 November 2011, a declaration on a joint and efficient government action against corruption was signed by Tibor Navracsics, Minister of Public Administration and Justice, László Domokos, President of the State Audit Office, András Baka, President of the Supreme Court, and Péter Polt, Prosecutor General.

Signatories to the declaration have made a personal moral commitment to strengthen the ability to resist corruption of the state organisations of which they are in charge and to boost such resistance with the most sophisticated instruments available. The declarants agreed that, without prejudice to the independence of judicial institutions, they would make concerted efforts to prevent and curb corruption, and towards this end, they would hold discussions and strive to establish a network for co-operation involving partner organisations and other state organs. The declaration is unprecedented both in Hungary and worldwide.

On 5 December 2012, the first anniversary of the signature of the declaration, the leaders of public bodies jointly evaluated their work and results achieved so far.