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Group of States against corruption (GRECO)

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Hungary urged to strengthen anti-corruption measures

[Strasbourg, 22 July 2015] In a report published today, GRECO praises Hungary for taking steps in recent years to reduce corruption in its legislative, judiciary and prosecution sectors of government.

But the report includes recommendations to improve anti-corruption measures in all three areas, such as a call for a code of ethics for MPs, curbing immunities with respect to criminal proceedings for judges and prosecutors and stricter regulation of gifts given to public officials.

“Fighting corruption is essential for all Council of Europe member states,” said Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland. “I urge Hungary to follow the recommendations made by GRECO in this new report.” (more ...)

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Serbia urged by GRECO to improve tools for preventing corruption among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors

[Strasbourg, 2 July 2015] Serbia has come a long way in creating a regulatory and institutional framework for fighting corruption, concludes a report published today by GRECO. (more ...)

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GRECO urges reforms to strengthen accountability of judges and parliamentarians in Malta

[Strasbourg, 23 June 2015] GRECO publishes its Fourth Round Evaluation Report on Malta. (more ...)

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Fighting corruption in Europe: regulating conflicts of interest of parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors must be a priority

[Strasbourg, 18 June 2015] GRECO publishes its annual report. Despite the examples of progress made, a significant number of states are failing to fully implement its recommendations to prevent and combat corruption. (more...)

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  Calendar 2015 pdf

  Plenary meetings

  Tours de table / Presentations




  15th General Activity Report (2014)

  Incriminations (thematic review of GRECO's Third Evaluation Round)

  Political Funding (thematic review of GRECO's Third Evaluation Round)

  Lessons learnt from the three evaluation rounds (2000-2010)



Corruption prevention in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors

  Reports adopted


  Reference texts

  Evaluators' guidelines  pdf




  Third evaluation round

  Second evaluation round

  First evaluation round

Latest reports made public pdf

15th General Activity Report (2014)

Fourth Evaluation Round

Evaluation reports - Hungary (22 July) - Serbia (2 July 2015) - Malta (23 June 2015) - Bulgaria (13 May 2015) - Azerbaijan (2 April 2015)

Compliance reports - Luxembourg (1 July 2015) - Estonia (17 April 2015) - Latvia (14 April 2015) - Finland (1 April 2015) - Iceland (1 April 2015)

Third Evaluation Round

Second Compliance reports - Cyprus (29 April 2015) - Romania (14 April 2015) - Azerbaijan (2 April 2015) - Moldova (1 April 2015) - Portugal (1 April 2015)

Interim Compliance report - Malta (24 June 2015)

First and Second Joint Evaluation Rounds

Compliance report - Belarus | Summary (27 May 2015)
5th Addendum to Compliance report - Ukraine (10 July 2015)