Elected political officials of Spain’s parliament have failed to comply with recommendations of the Council of Europe on the prevention of corruption in Parliament for four and a half years, according to a report.
Four years after issuing the first warnings, the European body which looks after human rights and democracy in the continent notes that Madrid shows little progress.
Gianluca Esposito, executive secretary of the Group of States against Corruption under the Council of Europe, said: “The report speaks for itself. Four and a half years after publishing the 11 recommendations, none has been fulfilled. We have a small problem.”
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