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Fighting corruption is failing in EU accession countries in the Western Balkans and Turkey  10.11.2016 The fight against corruption in the Western Balkans and Turkey is failing, putting European Union accession ...

Bank clerks and businessmen-loan fraudsters  20.05.2016 Kiraca Trajkovska from “Fersped", with the help of bank clerks employed at Komercijalna banka, ...

Monitoring of the pre-electoral and electoral budget expenditure and political financing  MONTHLY REPORT APRIL 2016 13.05.2016 In the framework of the project"Monitoring of the pre-electoral and ...

TI and TI Macedonia call for elections to be postponed and the resignation of the president  Berlin/Skopje – 4 May 2016 –Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement, and its chapter ...

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Fighting corruption is failing in EU accession countries in the Western Balkans and Turkey Print E-mail
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 10.11.2016 The fight against corruption in the Western Balkans and Turkey is failing, putting European Union accession at risk. Political elites have too much power and there are limited ways to hold the corrupt to account, according to Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement.
The new report National Integrity Systems in the Western Balkans and Turkey: Priorities for Reform (http://bit.ly/2elTweW) compares the findings of seven National Integrity System assessments implemented by Transparency International chapters and partners in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey. It looks at how fit-for-purpose are the institutions in these countries for fighting corruption.
 
 
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Bank clerks and businessmen-loan fraudsters Print E-mail
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 20.05.2016 Kiraca Trajkovska from “Fersped", with the help of bank clerks employed at Komercijalna banka, took part in a financial scheme involving approving loans to businessmen, who had not used the money at all, but still ended up with debts of several hundred thousand euros to repay such loans. Other citizens and company owners have been defrauded by means of loans and borrowings, too, and they have decided to report the cases to "Transparency International" and the Ministry of Interior; those cases are currently being investigated by the Public Prosecutor’s Office. State institutions and the judiciary are also involved in the bank loans scheme!

The organization “Transparency International-Macedonia" has received three reports relating to the operation of Komercijalna banka in the last three months. The reports concerns loans that the bank approves to its clients, only to use them later on for money laundering purposes. All cases are linked by the fact that the citizens have been implicated in a criminal system of concealed crediting, borrowings, and assignments, all in view of enabling an organized group to profit at the detriment of company owners whose signatures and documents have been forged and misused. Currently the Public Prosecutor’s Office is undertaking activities to identify the persons and companies behind such cases, which validate the absence of integrity in the financial sector. First of all, it has found that the bank’s employees are involved in the fraudulent transactions. All of the cases bear many similarities and show how the “gullible” citizens, who have rightfully put their trust in the bank, have been misused by powerful figures and consequently have got stuck with huge loans, since they are the nominal loan beneficiaries, but haven't used the money, i.e. the money has always ended up on somebody else's account, once again as instructed by the key players.
 
 

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Monitoring of the pre-electoral and electoral budget expenditure and political financing Print E-mail
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 MONTHLY REPORT APRIL 2016
13.05.2016 In the framework of the project"Monitoring of the pre-electoral and electoral budget expenditure and political financing" implemented by "Transparency International - Macedonia" (TI-M) and "Center of Economic Analyses" (CEA), please find monthly report for April 2016.
 
 
 
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TI and TI Macedonia call for elections to be postponed and the resignation of the president Print E-mail
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 Berlin/Skopje – 4 May 2016 –Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement, and its chapter in Macedonia call for the resignation of President Gjorge Ivanov and for the 5 June elections to be postponed until the electoral registers can be verified in an effort to limit the widespread corruption that is paralysing the country.
 
Macedonians are taking to the streets to protest blatant moves by the president to grant amnesty to the former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and other members of the government who are implicated in what is known as the ‘wire-tapping’ scandal. 
   
 

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