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Italy gets a pass from Transparency International


A positive evaluation of the Italian semester in terms of transparency and anticorruption. That’s what Transparency International writes in its report . However, if on one hand the communication with citizens and stakeholder has been very efficient, on the other hand there is a lack of transparency on the expenses and the budget of the Italian Presidency in the EU. “Transparency usually increases the trust of the citizens and the efficiency of institutions, and it is the harbinger of anticorruption” said Virginio Carnevali, President of Transparency International Italy.

A positive evaluation of the Italian semester in terms of transparency and anticorruption. That’s what Transparency International writes in its report . However, if on one hand the communication with citizens and stakeholder has been very efficient, on the other hand there is a lack of transparency on the expenses and the budget of the Italian Presidency in the EU. “Transparency usually increases the trust of the citizens and the efficiency of institutions, and it is the harbinger of anticorruption” said Virginio Carnevali, President of Transparency International Italy.

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