Slovenia 2012

Filed under - Surveys

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This National Integrity System Assessment provides an analysis of the legislative framework and its implementation in practice by the thirteen key institutions (pillars) which are responsible for preventing corruption in Slovenia.

The research provides an assessment of independence, transparency, accountability and integrity mechanisms in the areas of social, political, economic and cultural context. The assessment is intended to give a broader perspective and to highlight the causes for dysfunctional and robust nature of institutions and examine how they are interrelated.

The research adopted the methodology developed by Transparency International and included data from the last two years (at least).

The analysis was conducted by reviewing available sources, doing extensive interviews, conducting field inspections to check the access to information of a public nature and by verifying the findings and assessments provided by the researchers, TI Slovenia (Društvo Integriteta), the consultative group, TI Secretariat and the reviewer.





Country / Territory - Slovenia   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Access to information   |   Accountability   |   Governance   |   Intergovernmental bodies   |   Judiciary   |   Law enforcement   |   Public services   |   Surveys   
Tags - Institutions   

NIS assessments contact

Andy McDevitt
Programme Coordinator, Public Sector Integrity
+49 30 3438 20 720
amcdevitt@transparency.org

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