European Parliament Elections 2014: The Anti-Corruption Pledge


To view an updated list of the Anti-Corruption Pledge’s signatories please click here.

The Transparency International EU Office, together with many of our national chapters around the EU, has been inviting MEPs elections to sign our Anti-Corruption Pledge 2014 – and many of you have already done so!

The ultimate aim of the initiative is to gain support and signatures from MEPs across the EU. By signing the pledge, MEPs commit to fight corruption and to promote transparency, accountability and integrity in EU institutions, policies and legislation.

Those newly elected Members of the European Parliament or their parties who signed the pledge will actively promote initiatives aiming to reduce corruption risks, conflicts of interests, unethical or non-transparent lobbying, lack of whistleblower protection and the lack of transparency around the spending of EU funds.

If you are a MEP, you may have already been contacted by the Transparency International Chapter in your country asking you to sign. If not, and you would still like to sign, please contact Paulina Pieprzyca (

In order to see who signed the pledge, please visit our Anti-Corruption website, where all candidates’ and parties signatures are gathered.

You can also contribute to reach out to more MEPs by tweeting with the hashtag #TIpledge2014.

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