National Integrity System Assessment Czech Republic

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National Integrity System assessment published 8 December 2011
The National Integrity System (NIS) assessment approach provides a framework which anti-corruption organisations can use to analyse both the extent and causes of corruption in a given country as well as the effectiveness of national anti-corruption efforts. In the Czech Republic the weakest NIS pillars are public sector, law enforcement and prosecution service (each pillar scored about 40% of the imaginary ideal result), the strongest are ombudsman and supreme audit institution (90% and 76%, respectively) and the remaining pillars oscillate around 56%.

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