Corruption in Croatia

In order to qualify as a member of the European Union , Croatia has taken measures to combat corruption . The legal and institutional framework of the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States of America, The issue of corruption and corruption has also increased. [1] USKOK has prosecuted 2,000 individuals and achieved a 95% conviction rate (2012), including training Prime Minister Ivo Sanader . [2] [3]

Several civil servants in the Croatian Privatization Fund, the Zagreb land registry and the Zagreb taxation headquarters, among others, were arrested on charges of bribery. Moreover, several high-profile corruption cases have come to light, including investigations of a former defense minister and a deputy prime minister. [4]

2013 Global Corruption Barometer report of TI shows that 29% of respondents believe that level of corruption decreased in Croatia. [5]

Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 55th place out of 176 countries. [6] This presents a brief in Croatia’s ratings compared to previous years. [7]

See also

  • Privatization in Croatia
  • Business Anti-Corruption Portal


  1. Jump up^ „Transformation Index 2014“ . The Bertelsmann Foundation . Retrieved 25 June 2014 .
  2. Jump up^ Kuris, Gabriel (7 August 2015). „The Little Anti-Corruption Agency That Could“ . Foreign Policy .
    • Kuris, Gabriel (April 2013). „Cleaning House: Croatia Mops Up High-Level Corruption, 2005-2012“ .
  3. Jump up^ Krešić, Hrvoje. „CROATIA: THE PRICE OF CORRUPTION“ (PDF) . Reuters Institute .
  4. Jump up^ „Croatia Corruption Profile“ . Business Anti-Corruption Portal . Retrieved 14 July 2015 .
  5. Jump up^ eV, Transparency International. „Croatia 2013 – World’s largest opinion survey on corruption – Transparency International“ . . Retrieved 2017-06-22 .
  6. Jump up^ „Corruption Perception Index 2016“ .
  7. Jump up^ „Croatia and Hungary are ’new face of corruption ‚ “ . Retrieved 2017-11-16 .