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EU Anti-Corruption Report: national reactions from Italy

Dear Mrs. Malmström, TI-Italy has welcomed the first EU Anti-Corruption Report, as we trust that increased public awareness, knowledge and public debates about corruption are all essential steps in the right direction to fight corruption jointly together with policy makers, business and the wider public …

Posted 24 Feb 2014 No Comments

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EU Anti-Corruption Report: national reactions from Croatia

Dear Commissioner Malmström, Transparency International Croatia has welcomed your initiative, owing to which the first ever Anti-Corruption Report of the European Union was launched. The Report – especially the part relating to Croatia - echoed strongly in the Croatian public. At a public …

Posted 19 Feb 2014 No Comments

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We have an EU anti-corruption report: so now what?

Finally, after several months of delays and a few modifications, the European Commission’s EU anti-corruption report is with us. Was it worth the wait? Well, there’s a hell of a lot of material here – approximately 350 pages on anti-corruption …

Posted 3 Feb 2014 3 Comments

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