Corruption in Austria

Austria has a well-developed institutional and legal system , and most corruption cases under investigation by a parliamentary committee with judicial judgments and effective judgments. HOWEVER, there are significant Several Austrian corruption cases qui-have taken up During the past decade Involving Land and Regional Officials, public high-level Officials, the central government and, in one instance, the train Chancellor . [1] Read More…

Corruption in Armenia

Political corruption in Armenia is a widespread and growing problem in the Armenian society. Council of Europe’s Group of States Against Corruption in its fourth assessment rounded up corruption remains an important problem for Armenian society. [1] According to Transparency International , interlocking corruption, strong patronage networks, a lack of clear separation between private enterprise and public office, and the elaboration of anti-corruption efforts a pervasive political apathy and cynicism on the part of citizens, who do not see an impactful role for themselves in the fight against corruption. [2] Read More…

Corruption in Albania

Corruption in Albania is a problem. [1] According to Global Corruption Barometer 2013, 66% of respondents reported that level of corruption has increased in Albania. [2]

Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 83th place out of 176 countries with score 39. (36 in 2015, 33 in 2014 and 21 in 2013). [3] Read More…

Agusta scandal

The Agusta scandal or Agusta affair ( French : Affair Agusta , Dutch : Agustaschandaal ), alternatively known as the Agusta-Dassault Case , was a corruption scandal in Belgium during the 1990s. It has been made by the aviation firms Agusta and Dassault had bribed various Belgian office-holders in 1988 in order to secure a large order of Agusta A109 helicopters from the Belgian Army and the deals for refitting Belgian F-16 Fighting Falconthrows respectively. Several politicians from the Walloon and Flemish Socialist parties, including the incumbent Secretary General of NATO Willy Claes , have been resigned as a result of the scandal and its subsequent investigation. Read More…

Accountability in the European Union

As with all public budgets, the budget is also at risk of maladministration . Every year, the Court of Auditors reports on the management of the budget. The introduction of transparencyand a double-entry book-keeping system is likely to improve budget management. [1]

The Commission established the European Anti-Fraud Office (ECO) by EC, ECSC Decision 1999/352. [2] The Office was given responsibility for conducting administrative anti-fraud investigations. Read More…

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