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Serbia has not implemented any of the recommendations on preventing corruption among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors

Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) Strasbourg 15 March 2018
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Serbia has not implemented any of the recommendations on preventing corruption among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors

Serbia has not implemented in a satisfactory manner any of the thirteen recommendations provided by the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body GRECO (Group of States against Corruption) to the country in July 2015, according to the new compliance report published today.

GRECO specifically recommended that measures be taken to further improve the transparency of the parliamentary process, including through ensuring adequate timelines for submitting amendments and using the urgent procedure as an exception and not as a rule. A need to introduce transparency regulations on parliamentarians’ contacts with lobbyists and other third parties, given the great risk of undue influence, was underlined.


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