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Close links between business and government pose risks in Europe Print E-mail

ti.jpg 06.06.2012 Anti-corruption group Transparency International today warned in a new report that the close relationship between business and government has enabled corruption and undermined economic stability in Europe.
The report highlights the gaps in governance that contributed to the financial and political scandals that dogged nearly every European country in the last year. Transparency International called on lawmakers to make lobbying and campaign finance more transparent.
The report Money, Politics, Power: Corruption Risks in Europe highlights a deficit of transparency in the way decisions are made and political groups funded. 19 of the 25 countries surveyed have yet to regulate lobbying, and only ten ban undisclosed political donations outright.

 

 

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Europe's hunger for energy needs an integrity check Print E-mail
 
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21.05.2012 Europe’s thirst for energy remains high as regulations in the Eurozone tighten and the focus on energy efficiency grows. At the same time, an energy infrastructure that allows EU countries to quickly shift power to where it is most needed when shortages occur still needs to be built. With this in mind, the drive to build new power plants and facilities to carry power across borders is in full force. Energy companies are looking for options across the region to fill the gaps and make additional profits. Unfortunately, Italian, French and other companies are looking for the easiest way to make quick profits by reaching into countries around southeast Europe where environmental regulations are lax to build new energy production.
 
 
 
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Corruption report highlights EU political party funding Print E-mail

euro.png 09.05.2012 European nations are not doing enough to fight corruption and bribery, according to an annual report released on Wednesday (9 May) by the Council of Europe (CoE). In the EU alone, corruption costs an estimated €120 billion annually.
The CoE's group of states against corruption (Greco), which acts as a peer review system producing reports and recommendations on different aspects of each member's efforts to fight corruption, says members need to increase transparency of political funding.
In April, Greco requested Italy to clean up its act, citing a gross lack of transparency throughout its party funding structure.

 

 

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Periodical publication of Transparency International-Macedonia "AUDEO" No.3 Print E-mail
21.02.2012 We have the pleasure to present you our third edition of the electronic publication "AUDEO." The content of this issue is dedicated to the connection of the Republic of Macedonia and the interests of monopolies, which is evident and against the constitutional provisions, through the back of the citizens and contrary to their interests.
Recently the showdown of the affair "Telecom" started, which according to what Magyar Telekom agreed with in the USA,  from 2005 to 2007 the monopoly of Magyar Telekom was extended and agreed with officials from the Government of the Republic of Macedonia. 
The analysis and the conclusions obtained by TI-Macedonia for the actions of relevant authorities in the USA and the Republic of Macedonia are in front of you. The Findings from the analysis that show the scope and manner of coverage on this topic in the media in terms of investigative journalism are also an integral part of this publication.
Additionally, the conclusion that the monopoles want to reach to the most basic needs of the citizens, health and communication, can be also seen in the  position of the Health Insurance Fund of Macedonia (HIF), which is yet to be dimensioned with changes in health legislation.
 
 
 

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