Slovakia moved up four places to 56th in Corruption Perception Index

Slovakia moved up four places to 56th in the prestigious Corruption Perception Index compiled by Transparency International. The improvement is the result of prosecution of top level corruption. Previously untouchable people such as oligarchs Jozef Brhel and Miroslav Výboh or former Finance Minister and current NBS Governor Peter Kažimír face corruption charges. Former head of Special Prosecutors Dušan Kováčik has already been sentenced to jail. However, Slovakia still lags significantly behind the EU average.


(transparency.sk)

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