Transparency International, an anti-corruption organization, criticized the Hungarian government for failing to deliver on promises to fight corruption. The organization said this week overall corruption levels had remained unchanged since its last analysis of Hungary conducted in 2007.
Political party financing, business corruption and the lack of anti-corruption agencies still remain main risks for graft, it said. The expected headway hasn’t been made, although corruption hasn’t gotten much worse either, it said.
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