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Corruption in Croatia: Code of conduct for MPs still lacking, but progress made to limit conflict of interest

Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) Strasbourg 29 January 2019
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Corruption in Croatia: Code of conduct for MPs still lacking, but progress made to limit conflict of interest

Assessing measures taken by Croatia to implement recommendations that had been made in 2014, the Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) regrets that its recommendation to the Croatian Parliament to adopt a code of conduct for its members still has not been realized.

The country’s “Anticorruption Strategy 2015-2020” set the last quarter of 2015 as a deadline to adopt such a code, but the draft is lingering in Parliament, according to a new compliance report published today (see the Croatian version of the report).

Furthermore, the government’s Commission for the Prevention of Conflicts of Interest has been playing a proactive role in recent years to support and advise parliamentarians on the fulfilment of their obligations under the Act on Prevention of Conflicts of Interests. In relation to this key piece of legislation, GRECO was informed of related amendments and asked the government of Croatia to provide assurance that any intended reform in this domain does not represent a backward step to prevent corruption.


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