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Hrvatski

Good governance / Anti-corruption policy

04
05
2015

Conflict of Interest Committee ordered to remove declarations of assets from website

The chairwoman of the parliamentary Conflict of Interest Committee, Dalia Oreskovic, said at a news conference that the committee would remove declarations of assets of office-holders from the committee's website later on Monday, following an executive order by the Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency, however, the committee would also appeal the order before the Administrative Court.

16
04
2015

Unregulated lobbying opens door to corruption

Transparency International said today that Europe urgently needs lobbying reform. A new report from the anti-corruption group found that of 19 European countries assessed, only seven have some form of dedicated lobbying law or regulation, allowing for nearly unfettered influence of business interests on the daily lives of Europeans.

14
10
2014

Only one in three state companies publishes donations

The national anti-corruption council on Tuesday welcomed progress made in the implementation of anti-corruption measures in state-run companies, but it warned that it was unacceptable that even two thirds of such companies did not make public donations and sponsorships they received.

28
07
2014

GRECO calls on Croatia to raise public confidence in judiciary

Council of Europe’s Anti-corruption Group calls on Croatia to raise public confidence in judiciary and bolster anti-corruption measures in parliament.

04
02
2014

Croatia should pay more attention to corruption prevention

Croatia has made considerable efforts in recent years to improve its anti-corruption framework, the European Commission said on Monday in a report on combating corruption in the EU member states.

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