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Greek public procurement problems and corruption

Greek public procurement problems and corruption

There have been a lot said about public procurements regarding the existing problems and the risk of corruption.

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Pope Francis

Vatileaks: Sex Scandals, Blood Money, Intolerance and Corruption in the State of God

The real scandal is not the corruption of the Vatican, a well known issue unfortunately, but the fact that two journalists of a secular state (Italy), whose only fault is the fact that they have written true things, are under process because the freedom of expression and the concept of protected sources are not respected in the Vatican.

Mirea Cartabbia on

Someone is taking a bribe

Italian Corruption

Corruption within Politics

Mirea Cartabbia on

José Sócrates, former Prime-minister of Portugal

2014 - The Year that changed Portugal

When corruption was fought by the Portuguese justice

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Corruption in the European Union

Infographic: Corruption across Europe

The European Commission organized a survey examining corruption levels across the European Union

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Donetsk citizens surrounding and protecting the statue of Lenin after pro-Russian TV broadcasted the news that Right Sector was coming to destroy it.

Donetsk should not be separated from Ukraine - we are one country!

One Europe's reporter Julián Péter interviewed a Ukrainian student about the situation in Ukraine and the perspectives of its solution

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Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Spain and Greece are the most corrupted countries in Europe, while Denmark is the least

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Protests in BiH

A new way for Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Following last month's protests, Bosnian citizens seem keen to take their country's democratization process and political future into their own hands.

Lucie Wuester on

How corrupted is Europe?

How corrupted is Europe?

Check out the corruption map of Europe and tell OneEurope what do you think of it! The connection between the level of corruption and wellbeing is obvious. 

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Fascism in Greece now!

Fascism in Greece now!

It has been more than a week now since Paulos Fyssas, a young musician, was murdered by a member of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.

George Chatzelenis on

Worldwide Corruption Perception Index in 2012.

Worldwide Corruption Perception Index in 2012.

What surprises you the most?Has the economic crisis worsened the situation in your region in the past 5 years? 

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The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 3)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 3)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative effects of corruption. The third part introduces the situation in Russia and sums up previous statements.

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The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 2)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 2)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative properties of corruption. The second part examines the levels and side effects of it.

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The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 1)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 1)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative effects of corruption. The first part introduces the term and its historical background.

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World map and corruption levels

How big is the corruption problem, really?

What is corruption, and where does it place us?

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