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After its formation in 2006, Transparency International Hungary considered, and still considers, action against...
State owned enterprises make up a vital part of the nation’s wealth. They operate...
The financing of political parties’ campaigns has been an unresolved issue since the change...
A democratic public sphere and the possibility for an open debate about public issues...
Transparency International considers the movement of employees between the public and private sector both...
Lobbying refers to attempts made by interest groups with the intention of influencing authorities,...
As a result of the government’s steps, the independence and the autonomy of the...
Currently there is no possible to continuously keep track of the enrichment of decision-makers...
In Transparency International Hungary’s judgement, the government residency bond business is the footprint of...
The tourism sector is perhaps the sector most affected by the epidemic, the coronavirus...

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