Bulgaria’s President has rejected a Brussels-backed anti-corruption bill hours after the Baltic nation assumed the EU's six-month rotating presidency. Roumen Radev yesterday vetoed the proposed legislation, which was designed to... read more →
Civil society groups have heavily criticised a draft bill establishing an anti-corruption court in Ukraine for failing to ensure the independence of the new institution. When details of the long-awaited... read more →
Despite recent improvements, the battle against corruption in Albania remains one of its most difficult challenges and biggest hurdles to European Union membership. In 2012 Transparency International ranked Albania as... read more →
Bulgaria has received a mixed scorecard from the European Commission in its latest review of the country’s efforts to implement judicial reform and combat organised crime. November’s report took stock... read more →
Ireland's Central Bank has slapped Allied Irish Banks (AIB) with a €2.275 million fine for “significant failures” in money laundering and terrorist financing controls. Levying the financial penalty, the central... read more →
Islamist extremist groups such as Daesh and Boko Haram will not be beaten until western governments tackle the corruption that allows them to recruit new members and thrive, according to... read more →
Political populism risks undermining the global fight against corruption, Transparency International (TI) warned this morning as it unveiled its 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index. The annual report uses a number of... read more →
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