Czech Republic: New report urges “substantial reforms” to prevent corruption among MPs, judges and prosecutors

As one of 14 recommendations to national authorities, GRECO specifically calls on the Czech authorities to further increase the transparency of the legislative process.

New anti-corruption report on Spain

The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) report reveals that Spain has failed to comply with 11 recommendations aimed at preventing graft.

Germany: New anti-corruption report urges greater transparency in party financing

The Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) praises Germany for adopting legislation that should pave the way for its ratification of the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption and its Additional Protocol. However, the country’s authorities have failed to comply with these recommendations, first suggested nearly seven years ago.

France: Anti-corruption experts urge greater compliance with international standards

Only two of 11 anti-corruption recommendations made by European experts, have been introduced in France, according to a new Council of Europe report.

Turkey: Lack of openness in parliamentary process and independence of judiciary are sources of concern

The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) report focuses on corruption prevention in respect of parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors.