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Romania, second most corrupt in Europe

Joi, 7 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Bribe demanded or accepted by police officers and other public servants represents a major problem in all developing countries, but also exists in EU countries like Greece or the Czech Republic, a report on corruption, issued on Thursday by Transparency International (TI), shows.

Romania ranks second most corrupt country in Europe, one out of five questioned persons declaring they had to pay a bribe recently.

The highest percentage is recorded in Africa, where bribes were paid in the recent past (less than 12 months) by over 36% of the subjects. In Europe, the absolute leader is the poorest country, Albania, with 66%.

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