Corruption in Luxembourg

Corruption in Luxembourg is examined on this page.


The level of corruption in Luxembourg is very low, and there is a strong legal framework for combating corruption. Anti-corruption laws are implemented. [1] However, political corruption does surface. According to Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer 2013, 53% of the surveyed households consider political parties „corrupt“ or „extremely corrupt“, and 33% have the same opinion about Parliament. Moreover, a significant number of the surveyed households consider that the government’s fight against corruption „ineffective“ and corruption has increased over the past two years. [2]

Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 10th place out of 176 countries. [3]

Business and corruption, companies do not consider corruption in Luxembourg, according to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014. [4] However, several other sources indicate that the issue of corruption and corruption is of great importance in the context of corruption and corruption. [5] [6]


  1. Jump up^ „Evaluation Report- Luxembourg 2013“ (PDF) . GRECO & the European Commission . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
  2. Jump up^ „Global Corruption Barometer 2013“ . Transparency International . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
  3. Jump up^ „Corruption Perception Index 2016“ .
  4. Jump up^ „Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014“ . World Economic Forum . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
  5. Jump up^ „Identifying and Reducing Corruption in Public Procurement in the EU“ (PDF) . PWC & ECORYS . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
  6. Jump up^ „Snapshot of the Luxembourg Country Profile“ . Business Anti-Corruption Portal . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .