TI BiH has been informed that the RS Banking Agency has undertaken certain actions to prevent appointment of temporary management at Bobar Bank, and it conceals this information on the pretext of official secret.
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Transparency International BiH calls competent investigative authorities to examine operations of the RS Banking Agency’s management and employees in order to determine who bears responsibility for the collapse of “Bobar Bank”.
At the conference organized on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day it was highlighted the need to strengthen competence and independence of the Institutions that implement the anti-corruption laws
Sarajevo, 7th December 2014- Agency for Prevention of Corruption and Coordination of the Fight against Corruption (APIK) in cooperation with Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the support of the British Government, is organizing a conference on the occasion of the 9th December, the International Anti-Corruption Day.
On 12th November 2014, a conference held in Brussels presented the European Commission’s reinforced approach to public administration reform in the Enlargement process, as well as the Principles of Public Administration developed jointly by the European Commission and OECD/SIGMA.
Sarajevo, 3rd December 2014 – Transparency International presented 2014 Corruption Perception Index (CPI), which measures perceived levels of corruption in the countries worldwide. This year, BiH has been ranked 80th place, which represents a regress in comparison with 2013, when BiH took 72nd place.
BEST PRACTICES IN DETECTING AND SANCTIONING CORRUPTION 2014
Transparency International BiH is organizing a press conference to present Corruption Perception Index, which measures perceived levels of public sector corruption in the countries worldwide.
Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina- TI BiH is organizing a conference to present conclusions on the publication “Best Practices in Detecting and Sanctioning of Corruption”.
Banja Luka, 27th November 2014 – Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina (TI BiH) has sent a request to the Ministry of Interior Affairs of the Republic of Srpska for forensic findings and information disclosure on the person who conducted forensic investigation, which indicate that leaked audio recording, on which Serbian Prime Minister Željka Cvijanović can […]
Banja Luka, 25th November 2014 – Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina considers that the proposal to repeal recently adopted Conflict of Interest Ordinance for the members of High Judicial and Prosecutors Council, i.e. amendments of the Article 4 of this Ordinance, represents an attempt to avoid sanctions for apparent conflict of interest situation, in which, […]