The leading economies of the world have not reached any successes in their declared intent of fighting corruption, civil rights group Transparency International (TI) said in its newly published study.
The document revealed that Hungary is doing practically nothing in order to achieve its anti-corruption targets. Noémi Alexa, head of TI in Hungary said the country needs a genuine commitment on the political elite’s behalf to crack down more firmly on such practices of foul play, especially since the present is a time of economic crisis.
Hungary needs stronger laws so as to secure free and fair market competition, Alexa said. (Gazdasági Rádió)