Corruption is once again on the agenda these days. And yes, there is corruption within the European Union.
That there is even corruption or related practices within the institutions of the European Union has been discussed quite recently, not for the first time.
But while for anyone working on Central and Eastern European countries it is not really surprising to hear that Romania and Bulgaria have the highest perceived corruption in the European Union, reading from the EUobserver that populations in Finland, Portugal, Italy, France, and Great Britain have the feeling that corruption is not fought appropriately in their countries is rather discouraging.
The EUobserver article is based on the Corruption Perception Index Report published by Transparency International yesterday.