Report: Romania making “little progress” in fight against corruption among MPs, judges and prosecutors

A report published by the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body (GRECO) reveals that Romania has made very limited progress to implement its recommendations to prevent and combat corruption in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors.

Report: Spain’s compliance with anti-corruption standards “remains globally unsatisfactory”

The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body GRECO today published a report assessing Spain’s compliance with its recommendations to combat corruption in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors.

Ukraine: Experts urge authorities to deliver on “promising reforms” to fight corruption

A new report published today by the Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) encourages Ukrainian authorities to pursue anti-corruption reform efforts it had launched following the Revolution of Dignity.

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

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

Romania: Anti-corruption experts concerned by use of emergency procedures to amend legislation

In a report published today, the Council of Europe anti-corruption body (GRECO) expresses concern about the use of emergency procedures to amend legislation in Romania, instead of using proper parliamentary process.