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Corruption Assessment Report - 2002
 

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION (PDF, 198 kb)

A. CORRUPTION LEVEL AND DYNAMICS OF PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO CORRUPTION (PDF 970 kb)

  • A.1. Level of Corruption
  • A.2. Effectiveness of Government Action
  • A.3. Value System and Ethical Preconditions
  • A.4. Assessment of the Spread of Corruption

B. PUTTING IN PLACE AN OVERALL INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL ANTI-CORRUPTION FRAMEWORK (PDF 680 kb)

  • B.1. Public Administration Reform: from Legislation toPractice
    • B.1.1.The Common Organizational Model of the Admin-istration: Its Anti-Corruption Potential and Results
    • B.1.2.Introducing a System of Professional Civil Service
    • B.1.3. Administrative Services
    • B.1.4. Specialized Control Bodies
    • B.1.5. Other Control Mechanisms and Means to Combat Corruption: the Ombudsman Institution
  • B.2. The State Institutions, Law and the Society
    • B.2.1. Parliamentary Governance and Law
    • B.2.2. Anti-Corruption Measures within Public Order and Security Bodies
    • B.2.3. The State and Society

C. JUDICIAL REFORM AND ITS ANTI-CORRUPTION DIMENSION (PDF 690 kb)

  • C.1. Developing Anti-Corruption Legal Instruments
    • C.1.1. Criminal Law and Procedure
    • C.1.2. The Role of Criminal Procedure in Combating Corruption
    • C.1.3. Civil and Administrative Substantive Law and Procedure
  • C.2. Organization (Structure and Governance) of the Judiciary. Its Role in Combating Corruption
    • C.2.1. Governance
    • C.2.2. The Role of the Court, the Public Prosecution and the Investigation in Combating Corruption
    • C.2.3. Institutions outside the Judiciary that Affect Directly its Operation
    • C.2.4. The Status of Magistrates. Professional Skills and Recruitment
    • C.2.5. Court Administration. Funding for the Judicial System
    • C.2.6. Registration System

D. CORRUPTION IN THE ECONOMY (PDF 1,3 Mb)

  • D.1.State Intervention in the Economy and Corruption
  • D.2.State - Business Relations. Corporate Governance and corruption
  • D.3.Public Expenditure Management, Tax Policy, Gray Economy and Corruption
    • D.3.1. Taxes, Social Security Burden and Gray Economy
    • D.3.2. Customs and Corruption
    • D.3.3. Public Expenditure Management and Corruption
    • D.3.4. Public Procurement and Corruption
  • D.4.State Asset Management, Privatization and Post-Privatization Control
  • D.5.Black Economy and Corruption

E. THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY(PDF 380 kb)

  • E.1. Non-Governmental Organizations
    • E.1.1. Public-Private Partnership against Corruption
    • E.1.2. Coalition 2000 Activities
    • E.1.3. Problems and Challenges Facing Civic Organizations
  • E.2. Media, Information Environment, and Anti-Corruption

F. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (PDF 280 kb)

  • F.1. International Perceptions of Bulgaria‚ĄĘs Anti-Corruption Progress
  • F.2. International Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation
  • F.3. International Anti-Corruption Assistance to Bulgaria
  • F.4. Regional Aspects

 
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