TI turns to the Ombudsman regarding recent government audit

2014-06-30 13:41:53
Transparency International Hungary continues to question the legal mandate of the Government Control Office (KEHI) to conduct any audits related to support received from the Norwegian Civil Support Fund, and complains about the lack of legal remedies against the action. For these reasons, TI-Hungary turned to the Ombudsman for protection of its rights. At the same time, having always been a strong advocate of transparent operations, TI Hungary has nothing to hide and handed over requested documentation to KEHI on June 25th.


2014-04-30 12:40:56
Transparency International Hungary (TI), K-Monitor and Átlátszó.hu monitored the campaign expenses of political parties for several months. Even the experienced NGOs were shocked by the fact that parliamentary parties have exceeded the spending limit set by the law by HUF 3.5 billion.

State-owned enterprises operate as the Hungarian state does: often non-transparently

2014-04-24 09:43:17
Transparency International Hungary (TI) looked at 66 state-owned enterprises in terms of their compliance with the law. Only a few of them performed well: on the scale of 1 to 100, merely two companies scored more than 90 points. The average score was 46 points, and no company achieved the maximum possible score. There is not a single state-owned enterprise in Hungary that discloses all of the data that is prescribed by law.

Hungary’s upcoming elections: free but not fair

2014-04-04 14:51:15
This weekend, on April 6, the seventh free elections since the change of regime in 1989-1990 will be held in Hungary. But this election is different. Never before have the rules changed so much and so unilaterally as they did now.

New research findings of the ‘what do we choose’ project indicates no euro, and hardly any economic growth

2014-03-27 14:04:39
A few days before the parliamentary elections on April 6, 2014, Transparency International Hungary and the Institute for Budgetary Responsibility reviewed the programme of all parties that are currently represented in parliament, and stand a chance of winning mandates in the new elections.

Governing parties performing better at campaigning on taxpayers’ money

2014-03-17 16:26:39
Transparency International Hungary, K-Monitor and have united their efforts to find out how much parties are spending on their campaigns. At their press conference today, they have introduced the website (Hungarian for hypocrisy), where the public can continuously follow how much each party is paying for their campaign.

Is there a solution to make public procurements free of corruption?

2014-02-18 10:56:41
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.

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