Ranked 84th out of 180 countries in Transparency International’s 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index, Kosovo has made progress in fighting corruption.
The 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index has been announced by Transparency International. Kosovo ranked 84th out of 180 countries in the index, with a score of 41 points.
“Kosovo has made progress on an improved legal framework for financing political and electoral campaigns, but implementing these reforms will be key in the coming months,” the report stated. Data included.
Although no corruption scandals emerged last year, this does not mean that corruption is under control. It has been said.
In the Transparency International report, it was noted that the western Balkans are generally known for low resistance to organized crime, and the countries in this region are slow to address this risk, and the responsible institutions do not yet have independent and sufficient resources.
It was noted in the report that there had been some, albeit weak, progress in combating corruption in Croatia, North Macedonia and Albania, as well as in Kosovo.
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