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The assessment of the Romanian National Integrity System offers an evaluation of the legal basis and the actual functioning of the national government functions (“pillars”) and institutions ensuring these functions.
They are assessed in the context of the basic political, social, economic, and cultural foundations of the country and taking into account the corruption profile and the anticorruption activities in the last two years in Romania.
The assessment does not seek to offer an in-depth evaluation of each pillar, but rather puts an emphasis on covering all relevant pillars and assessing their contribution to the integrity at national level and their inter-linkages in this respect.
The implementation of this study included a number of steps: desk research, key informant interviews and verification of the findings by the reviewers form the Advisory Group, TI-Secretariat, and an external reviewer, whose analysis covered the period from 2008 to 2014.Download the report | View online