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Hungary's anticorruption performance is deteriorating – concludes the 2015 global survey of Transparency International

2016-01-27 11:24:12
Hungary slipped down three places in the most comprehensive corruption ranking in the world, the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) prepared by Transparency International. The Hungarian branch of Transparency International presented the findings related to Hungary in Budapest today. The findings show that Hungary's performance within the European Union and also the narrower Central-Eastern European region declined.

Conference and concert on the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day

2015-12-09 17:34:52
Today is International Anti-Corruption Day, and on this occasion, Transparency International Hungary (TI) once again organised Átláccó festival on board the ship A38 in Budapest. This year, the anti-corruption organisation organised a conference on public procurement, the distribution and supervision of EU funds, and the abuses related to these. The speakers at the international meeting included the United States’ Ambassador to Budapest Colleen Bell, State Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office in Hungary in charge of EU Developments Eszter Vitályos, with presentations from the Policy Director of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and the senior prosecutor of Romania's anti-corruption agency (DNA).

Transparency International report shows telecom companies can do much more to prevent corruption

2015-11-24 11:52:25
The world’s biggest telecommunications companies do not disclose enough information on how they organize themselves and even less on each country where they do business which makes it difficult to hold them to account for their actions, according to a new report from Transparency International and its national chapter in Hungary.

Anti-Corruption Festival 2015

2015-11-20 16:55:55
On the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, Transparency International Hungary organizes its series of programs. The event will take place on boat A38 on December 9th. In the early afternoon a conference will be held from 3 p.m. with the title of “Who owns the public money? – Corruption exposures, and how to tackle them”. There will be the award ceremony of our infographic comptetition also. Live concert by Amoeba feat. Mensa and Fixi4 will close the Festival.

It is now integral to the system: EU projects are overpriced

2015-11-09 14:01:00
EU projects are regularly overpriced in a centralised manner – as the study "Corruption risk of EU funds in Hungary" by Transparency International Hungary (TI), presented in Budapest today establishes. The distribution of EU funds is not efficient according to the report.

Corruption Risks in Hungarian Sports Financing

2015-10-22 18:30:16
Spectacle sports in Hungary have received HUF 200 billion in state tax credit in an intransparent manner, according to Transparency International’s “Corruption Risks in Hungarian Sports Financing” report, which was presented today in Budapest. Among the various sports, football, and within that, the football organizations in Felcsút, received far more support than others.

Politician spritzer, investigative quiz – Transparency International at the Sziget Festival

2015-10-02 11:58:11
Gajus Scheltema, the Dutch ambassador to Hungary, as well as the representatives of the French and British embassies, emphasized the importance of the fight against corruption at the Sziget Festival, at a press conference organized by Transparency International (TI) Hungary.

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