Presentation of the Corruption Assessment Report for Bosna and Herzegovina

Ms. Leila Bičakčić, Director of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo presented the main conclusions from the Corruption Assessment Report for Bosna and Herzegovina and the Regional Anti-corruption Report on 9 December 2014, the International Anti-Corruption Day. She noted the ranking of Bosna and Herzegovina among the SEE countries, according to the data of the SELDI Corruption Monitoring System, and provided policy recommendations for corruption counter-measures.

The conference Fight against Corruption was hosted by the Agency for the Prevention of Corruption and Coordination of the Fight against Corruption (APIK), in partnership with Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina, and supported by British Embassy Sarajevo.

The British Ambassador Edward Ferguson highlighted that it is disappointing, although not surprising, to see that political parties are seen to have the highest rates of corruption, followed by the parliaments and legislative bodies.

Corruption Assessment Report Bosnia and Herzegovina

Regional Anti-corruption Report

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