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Corruption Assessment Report 2003
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Countering corruption in Bulgaria needs to go further than institutional or legislative measures and be aimed at creating the kind of political and economic culture which is built on trust in public institutions, transparency and accountability of all actions of the public administration and a determination to achieve a stable and predictable economic and social environment.

Coalition 2000 is an initiative of Bulgarian non-governmental organizations launched in the spring of 1997 with the aim to help restrict corruption in Bulgarian society through a partnership between state institutions, non-governmental organizations and individuals, who developed and have been implementing an Anti-Corruption Action Plan, a Corruption Monitoring System, and an anti-corruption public awareness campaign.

The Corruption Assessment Report – 2003 follows the approach of the Action Plan adopted by the Policy Forum in November 1998. The Report contains a general evaluation of the state and dynamics of corruption in Bulgarian society and of anti-corruption efforts in the year 2003 emphasizing the anti-corruption dimensions of judicial reform in Bulgaria.

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