Fight against corruption
The proclaimed dream of every government of fighting corruption has led voters to be misled many times. Through research, CINS has proven that corruption most often comes from the above.
No matter which political party is in power, an effective system for controlling the electoral process or, simply, controlling the regular work of political entities, it is in no one’s interest. The only interested are citizens, who sooner or later pay the price.
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Citizens’ money is often misused by institutions. Thus, it is not uncommon for abuses in the public procurement system where the state fails to cope with corruption, while sanctions for those involved are often lacking. Using public money the state encouraged the private business of people close to the authorities.
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Almost like in a rulebook, the political power of officials is associated with benefits, entering into business with the state, but also avoiding liability for violations of the law. Although established to warn and punish, the Anti-Corruption Agency has been turning a blind eye of politicians at power for years by avoiding to punish them or making the procedure worthless, as well as using lenient warnings, sometimes more than once for the same official.
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