Bulgaria is among the 10 countries, out of all 47 members of the Council of Europe, to have implemented all anti-corruption recommendations, according to the latest report of the organization.
The report takes into account the procedure introduced for combating breaches of ethical rules by MPs and for preventing conflict of interests by verification of declarations of assets. An anti-corruption and illegal assets forfeiture law has been adopted. An anti-corruption commission has been set up. The Supreme Judicial Council has been divided up into a judges’ college and a prosecutors’ college. The principle of random case allocation has been introduced. /BNR
OLAF: Romania Ranks First in Fraud Cases with EU Funds, Bulgaria is Fifth – Novinite.com – Sofia News Agency
Romania is the country where the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) concluded the most numerous number of investigations on EU fund embezzlement last year. More than 10% of the total100 files refers to frauds with EU money in our country, according Read more…