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NIS 2007 – Public Sector

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In April 2007, Transparency International Hungary initiated the study of the Hungarian NIS in order to identify the causes and origins of domestic corruption and make proposals to remedy problems. We hope that the exploration of the integrity system’s strength and weaknesses will contribute to the carrying out of appropriate anti-corruption reform measures in our country.

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