To the list of news

25 Jul 2016
Anonymous corruption reports will be examined by the Greek government


The government of Greece announced the decision to establish specialized centres, where citizens will be able to leave anonymous reports about corruption. This concerns financial fraud in both governmental and public sectors.

The legislation will be brought before the Parliament after summer and will include significant amendments to the current anti-corruption legislation.

The sources in the government have pointed out that they used the example of the U.K., where the similar service was introduced several years ago.