Transparency International Czech Republic (TI CZ) sent a [...]
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The European Commission is suspending subsidies, giving credit to the official complaint of Transparency International Czech Republic
13.12.2018 News and comments
Commissioner Günther Oettinger announced at the European Parliament’s Strasbourg plenary session that the European Commission (EC) will not pay any subsidies to subjects in question with effect from August 2, 2018 until Andrej Babiš’s conflict of interests is resolved.
16.11.2018 News and comments
Colombian authorities are investigating the death of a key witness in a corruption case involving the Brazilian construction company, Odebrecht. Last week, Jorge Enrique Pizano died of suspected poisoning after expressing fears for his safety. He was in the process of negotiating with American authorities for shelter in the US.
01.11.2018 News and comments
Transparency International proudly announces that the late Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and Spanish whistleblower and campaigner Ana Garrido Ramos have been selected as winners of the 2018 Anti-Corruption Award. The awards were presented at a ceremony at the 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Copenhagen this evening
19.10.2018 News and comments
For the past few weeks we’ve been hard at work preparing for the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) taking place next week 22-24 October in Copenhagen, Denmark. The conference takes place in the Bella Center and is organised by us, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the IACC Council.
11.10.2018 News and comments
The doors of Europe are open to criminals and the corrupt, thanks to lax, opaque, and mismanaged ‘Golden Visa’ schemes, according to a report released today by Transparency International and Global Witness. The two anti-corruption organisations say the financial benefit of citizenship- and residency-by-investment schemes is undercut by risks arising from insufficient due diligence, conflicts of interest, and wide discretionary powers.