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Corruption Still Rife
August 29, 2013   
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Despite efforts by law enforcers, corruption is still commonplace in many areas in Poland, according to the latest European Fraud Survey by multinational professional services company Ernst & Young. Almost 60 percent of Poland’s businessmen, bankers and financial experts questioned for the survey said corruption is rife in their everyday life.

Graft is a problem not only in business, but also in the local government sector, with a number of mayors and other local officials caught red-handed by the country’s Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA). A third of all investigations handled by the bureau concern local government.

According to the bureau, this is a major concern because local government officials are responsible for distributing most of the public funds earmarked for investment projects across the country.
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