The System of Strategic Agreements Differentiates Arbitrarily Between Companies

Lobbying is not a success story in Hungary. Neither the prevailing rules nor its practice are adequate and the situation has only gotten worse in recent years, according to the findings of a Transparency International (TI) study presented to the public in Budapest on October 28. The lack of regulation and the unprecedented concentration of…

The Government’s Anti-Corruption Draft Programme Grasps Little

According to Transparency International Hungary (TI) the anti-corruption programme of the government, just released for social debate, is professionally sound, but because of its exclusive focus on government organs, it can only produce partial results. The anti-corruption organization claims that the programme does not create appropriate guarantees for the transparent and efficient use of public…

The Brussels and Budapest Office of Transparency International Handed Over Its Recommendations to the Hungarian Government

International and Hungarian leaders of Transparency International introduced their recommendations to the Government today morning expecting more efficient actions against corruption from the Hungarian presidency.Corruption undermines the rule of law and good governance, it leads to the misallocation and misuse of EU funds and it acts as a serious distortion of fair competition within the…

Odd Social Negotiation and Legislation Laws

Transparency International applauds the draft law concerning legislation which shall ameliorate the professional substance of laws, as well as it imports advance in the field of publicity of laws. However, the draft law concerning social involvement does not indicate new solutions since it mostly repeats conventions which are already in effect. The international organisation considers…

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