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Stop the Corruption in Portugal! Acabem com a corrupção em Portugal!

Post by Rosie on Thu Jun 04, 2009 10:23 pm

Portugal states that the most frequent forms of corruption are the acceptance or solicitation ofbribes by public officials and bribery by entities outside government bodies. Over the past years, investigations have tended to focus more on phenomena such as corruption in local government (municipalities), bribery in certain branches of central government such as the police, the tax authority and the courts (clerks), auction rooms, as well as corruption and misappropriation of funds in sport (since most sports clubs are held to be public agencies and use public funds legitimately awarded by various government bodies). This situation is to some extent apparent in the Judicial Police statistics on corruption cases (investigations) opened and closed in 2001.
Some of the people whom the GET interviewed confirmed that corruption remained a grey area.
According to the Portuguese authorities no criminal case in Portugal has established a link
between corruption and organised crime despite the indisputable links between the two

With a score of 6.3 out of 10 (10 being the highest and 0 the lowest), Portugal is 25th in the
Corruption Perceptions Index 2002.

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