Cabinet approves draft bill against corruption

Cabinet approves draft bill against corruption


A draft bill designed to combat corruption in the private sector was unanimously approved by the inner cabinet on February 27, in a session chaired by Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis. Commenting on the draft bill prepared by his ministry, Justice Minister Anastasios Papaligouras stressed that combating corruption in all its forms remained the government's top priority. "Our government - and the prime minister in person - has made it a programme target to fight corruption, which has been a ...


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