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How corrupt is Italy? Report launch: 30 March 2012 at 11.30 CET

The anti-corruption organisation, Transparency International Italy, will publish a report on 30 March evaluating the effectiveness of Italy’s key institutions against corruption.

Only 5 per cent of Italians say corruption is declining, according to recent Transparency International poll. The first Italian report of its kind, the National Integrity System Survey takes an in-depth look at Italy’s anti-corruption structures, comparing thirteen institutions and sectors: anti-corruption agencies, business, central electoral services, civil society, the court of auditors, executive power, judiciary, law enforcement, media, the ombudsman, parliament, political parties, and public administration.

Friday 30 March 2012, 11:30 – 13:00 CET

Auditorium San Fedele, Via Hoepli 3/b, Milano


Davide Del Monte, Project Officer, Transparency International Italy

Lorenzo Segato, Research Director, Transparency International Italy

Maria Teresa Brassiolo, President, Transparency International Italy

Piero Bassetti, President of G. Bassetti Foundation and first President of the Lombardy region

Piercamillo Davigo, Supreme Court Judge

Experts will be available for interviews immediately after the event. Interviews may be conducted in Italian and English.


Transparency International Italy is the national chapter of the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption and promoting transparency

Note to editors: The National Integrity System assessment has been carried out between 1 March 2011 and 30 November 2011, within the framework of the European National Integrity System Project, which is being implemented in 25 European countries. The project has been implemented with the support of European Commission.

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Davide Del Monte
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