EBRD: Albania, Highest Corruption Level in the Balkans
Albanian Daily News
Published December 14, 2016

The latest poll for Life in Transition conducted by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) shows that corruption remains a challenge in Eastern Europe. 

Albania, from all countries of Southeast Europe (SEE) has the highest proportion of respondents who answered that they made in person or through a family member side payments or donations in the last 12 months on almost all services which were covered by public survey questions.

As for the question about the most effective ways to fight corruption, 25% of Albanians respondents gave as a solution reporting when faced with corruption, 21% of them said that ordinary people cannot solve corruption and 40 % yield as an alternative the refusal to pay bribes as the best way to fight corruption

Referring to corruption in health sector, over 32% of Albanian respondents claimed that they had experienced corruption in health services and expressed dissatisfaction over the services received. 





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