On January 21st the Municipal Office in Černošice decided on the [...]
Transparency International Czech Republic (TI CZ) sent a [...]
Transparency International Czech Republic (TI) has sent the first [...]
Transparency International Czech Republic (TI CZ) found in the [...]
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.
Transparency International Czech Republic have acted with integrity in work on prime minister´s business interests
08.10.2018 News and comments
Responding to statements in the media and during a recent press conference by Andrej Babiš, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, the managing director of Transparency International’s global secretariat in Berlin has affirmed that TI Česká republika (TI CZ) has acted in keeping with the anti-corruption movement’s core values and mission.
05.10.2018 News and comments
This week we’ve been taking a look back at what’s been done in the 12 months since the Azerbaijani Laundromat investigations exposed a $2.9 billion slush fund and money-laundering scheme designed to buy influence and prestige in Europe for President Ilham Aliyev’s authoritarian regime.
European Commission is beginning to investigate conflict of interests of Andrej Babiš and eligibility of EU funds for Agrofert
01.10.2018 News and comments
Based on the initiative of Transparency International Czech Republic (TI CZ), the European Commission begins to look into the conflict of interests of the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. At a meeting of the European Parliament’s Budget Committee on 27 September 2018, MEPs questioned on TI CZ’s complaint and the status of scrutiny of the case.
21.09.2018 News and comments
This week we zero in on Denmark, the second least corrupt country in the world on our Corruption Perceptions Index. The country finds itself entangled in Europe’s biggest-ever money laundering scandal centred around its top bank – Danske Bank.
Transparency International issues a second complaint about Andrej Babiš’s conflict of interest and European subsidies for Agrofert
19.09.2018 News and comments
Transparency International Czech Republic (TI CZ) sent a complaint to the European Commission on suspicion of a conflict of interest between the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrej Babiš and his economic interests in relation to the AGROFERT group. Both the complaint and the open letter are addressed to the Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) and the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI). TI CR has also shared the information with foreign media.
07.09.2018 News and comments
It’s been a disconcerting week in Guatemala. Last Friday, President Jimmy Morales revoked the mandate of the International Commission against Impunity (CICIG), the UN-sponsored body charged with assisting national corruption investigations. On Tuesday, the government announced it had barred its head, Iván Velásquez, from entering the country.