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Corruption, a worrying phenomenon which is damaging FYR Macedonia

By   /  09/12/2013  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Corruption, a worrying phenomenon which is damaging FYR Macedonia

Skopje December 9, 2013 / Balkan Independent News Agency   By Naser Pajaziti In the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, corruption continues to be a worrying phenomenon. Authorities say that they are tackling this phenomenon, but citizens continue to complain. This Monday, in the framework of International Day against Corruption, a number of conferences and debates […]

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Albania’s corruption is the same as Nepal’s, says premier Rama

By   /  03/12/2013  /  AL Politics, Albania, Politics  /  Comments Off on Albania’s corruption is the same as Nepal’s, says premier Rama

Tirana, December 3, 2013 Prime Minister Edi Rama declared today that Albania has received a “slap on the cheek” as far as corruption is concerned. According to him, this slap comes due to what has been done in the country after the agony of the rotten power of the Democratic Party, where he stressed that […]

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Corruption in FYROM falls by 4%

By   /  09/07/2013  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Corruption in FYROM falls by 4%

Skopje, July 9, 2013 Corruption level in FYR Macedonia for 2013 is at 17%, 4% lower than in 2010. This is the conclusion of the “Barometer of global corruption 2013” presented today by Transparency International. The survey has involved 114 thousand people from 107 countries from September last year until March of this year. Over […]

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