N. Courakis, Attitudes in Greece regarding corruption and towards ways of coping with it


Τεύχος 1-2/2014, Ιανουάριος-Δεκέμβριος


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NESTOR COURAKIS, Law Faculty, University of Athens, Head of the Anti-Corruption Board in Greece, Substitute National Representative of Greece at the EUCPN Due to serious financial and administration problems, there has been an atmosphere of immense crisis in Greece since 2009. This situation provoked the intervention, among others, of a European Commission Task Force, which agreed with the Greek authorities on a Road Map for technical assistance in the field of Anti-Corruption in October 2012. As a result, a National Anti-Corruption Action Plan named “Transparency” was prepared by the Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights in January 2013 and a National Anti-Corruption Coordinator together with a Coordination Committee and an Advisory Board were appointed in May and June 2013 (Law Nr. 4152/2013, Paragraph IG). Other measures and actions taken in Greece after the beginning of the crisis in an effort to strengthen transparency and to combat corruption include: the adoption of a law in 2010 placing all public institutions under the obligation of publishing their decisions online (internet); the appointment, in relation to political party financing, of a committee on expenditure control and election violations set up within Parliament, including MPs from all parties and three magistrates; asset disclosure...

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