Governments Should Fight Corruption, Shows Poll in Central and Eastern Europe
Ljubljana, 25 October - As much as 69 percent of citizens of Central and Eastern European countries believe their countries are full of corruption, has shown a poll on corruption in Central and Eastern Europe. If witnessing an act of corruption, 34 percent of Slovenes would inform the police, said Rudi Tavcar, manager of Gral Iteo, a company carrying out the poll in Slovenia, adding that this was the highest percentage among the eleven countries taking part in the research.
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