Anticorruption Institutions: Trends and Practice.

The Anti-Corruption Fund Foundation (ACF) has launched its annual monitoring report Anticorruption Institutions: Trends and Practice. Developed with the support of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation and its Rule of Law- South East Europe Programme, the report evaluates the work of the major anti-corruption institutions in 2018 – the Public Prosecution, the court system and the recently-created Commission for Counteracting Corruption and the Forfeiture of Illegally Acquired Property (CAFIAP).

You can download the report from HERE.

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