There is. The solution is an effective civil control mechanism, the so-called Integrity Pact. This solution is at the centre of the large-scale international conference’s focus that TI-Hungary has organized.
Joint press release of Transparency International Hungary, the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union, K-Monitor Watchdog for Public Funds and atlatszo.hu.
Transparency International Hungary (TI) was shocked to learn that the Hungarian Police launched an investigation less than one week following privacy and secrecy charges raised by the National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary (“NAV”) against whistleblower András Horváth, and coerced him to hand over evidence and IT documents later seized by the law-enforcement.
Young people find honesty important but often unrewarding, this is why it is important to teach them to be ethical – this is one of the conclusions voiced at Transparency International Hungary’s (TI) “Átláccó” Festival, held in occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day.
As every year, Transparency International conducted one of the world’s most comprehensive corruption surveys, the Corruption Perceptions Index – CPI. Results concerning Hungary were presented on 3 December 2013 in Budapest.
„Átláccó” Festival on the Global Anti-corruption Day, December 9, 2013. "Youth and Integrity" conference and Sena live concert!
Animation Against Corruption – Draw the Story of Benő and Win! Competition of Transparency International Hungary. New deadline: December 4.