Priopćenje Transparency Internationala o svom bivšem ogranku u Republici Hrvatskoj

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U prosincu 2015. godine upravni odbor direktora Transparency Internationala izvijestio je tadašnji ogranak Transparency Internationala u Hrvatskoj o svojoj odluci po kojoj im se oduzima akreditacija za člana TI pokreta. 

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