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Report: Turkey’s compliance with anti-corruption recommendations remains “globally unsatisfactory”

A new report reveals that Turkey’s compliance with recommendations designed to fight corruption remains “globally unsatisfactory.

Today’s Group of States Against Corruption report examines the authorities response to 17 recommendations covering incrimination and the transparency of political funding.

GRECO categorised as “implemented satisfactorily” six out of eight recommendations on “incrimination.” Another two were considered “partly implemented.”

On the “transparency of party funding,” GRECO confirmed that none of the nine recommendations has been implemented satisfactorily.

The conclusion in this latest interim report is that Turkey has not made any new tangible progress in the implementation of the recommendations.

Whilst underlining that it is not indifferent to the difficult times that Turkey is going through and that it appreciates its renewed commitment to implementing these recommendations, GRECO stresses that it is clearly disappointing that the level of compliance at this stage remains “globally unsatisfactory”.

According to GRECO, Turkey has not made any new tangible progress in the implementation of the recommendations.

Whilst underlining that it is not indifferent to the difficult times that Turkey is going through and that it appreciates its renewed commitment to implementing these recommendations, GRECO stresses that it is clearly disappointing that the level of compliance at this stage remains “globally unsatisfactory.”

 

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