26 Apr 2011

Corruption Rose Last Year Says Kosovo’s Anti-Corruption Agency

Corruption rose last year says Kovoso’s Anti-Corruption Agency, costing the Kosovar economy some €10m.

The report, released on the 24th of this month, stated that corruption was prevalent in all levels of Kosovar society, especially in public enterprises, central and local governments, and the courts.

The head of the agency, Hasan Preteni, stated that senior state officials and both current and former ministers were also guilty of corruption in the past year alone.

For the original news brief, please see the SETimes article here.