Ukraine 2011

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The assessment of Ukraine’s National Integrity System offers an evaluation of the legal basis and actual performance of the national governance institutions (“pillars”) which are responsible for counteracting corruption. They are assessed in the context of the basic political, economic, societal, and cultural foundations of the country. 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 inter-linkages.

Ukraine’s NIS assessment suggests that corruption in Ukraine is a systemic problem existing across the board and at all levels of public administration. Both petty and grand scale corruption are flourishing. Among the institutions which are perceived by the public to be highly corrupt are political parties, legislature, police, public officials and the judiciary. Ukrainian society can be characterised as a society with a high tolerance for corrupt practices.

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Country / Territory - Ukraine   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Civil society   |   Judiciary   |   Media   |   Politics and government   |   Private sector   |   Public procurement   |   Public services   |   Surveys   
Tags - NIS   |   National Integrity Study   

NIS assessments contact

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

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