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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Judge Azra Miletić sentenced to two years and six months in prison

August 4, 2017

Having completed a trial in the criminal case against Azra Miletić, on 3 August 2017, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina delivered a trial judgment, finding the accused Azra Miletić guilty that as an official person in the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina she received a promise of a gift and received the gift, in […]

Bosnia and Herzegovina – Publication of Fourth Interim Compliance Report of Third Evaluation Round

August 3, 2017

GRECO published its Fourth Interim Compliance Report of Third Evaluation Round on Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was adopted by GRECO at its 76th Plenary meeting (Strasbourg, 19-23 June 2017), after authorisation received from the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Link to the Fourth Interim Compliance Report of Third Evaluation Round on Bosnia and Herzegovina in English. 03 […]

Romania’s Anticorruption Directorate General and Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption signed a collaboration protocol

August 2, 2017

Constantin Preoteasa, Deputy Director General of the Anticorruption Directorate General (DGA) of Romania, and head of Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption Natalya Korchak on Tuesday signed a cooperation protocol between the two institutions in the area of corruption prevention, according to a DGA statement. The protocol was signed at the DGA headquarters, in […]

Moldova: Ex-MP Chiril Lucinschi risks up to 10 years of imprisonment for money laundering

August 2, 2017

On August 1st, the Anti-Corruption Prosecution Office of Moldova announced about finishing the investigation of former MP Chiril Lucinschi and the submission of his case to the court. According to the press-release of Moldova’s Prosecution Office, Toast Delux SRL, which Lucinschi is a beneficiary of, got a loan of 5 million lei from the later-failed Unibank in […]

Bulgaria: Charges Pressed against Former GERB MP Zhivko Martinov

August 1, 2017

On 31 July, the specialized anti-corruption unit at Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office pressed charges against Zhivko Martinov, a former MP from the 44th National Assembly, for six separate crimes.     The specialized anti-corruption unit at Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office pressed charges against Zhivko Martinov, a former MP from the 44th National Assembly, for six […]

Romania: Ex-Finance minister Darius Valcov, indicted in new corruption file for bribing a land register clerk

July 28, 2017

Former Finance minister and former mayor of Slatina, Darius Valcov, was indicted in a new corruption file, being charged with abetment in bribery and bribery. Prosecutors say Valcov has bribed a clerk within the land register office. Investigators accuse Valcov that he has initiated the establishment of three companies, acting as a whole, Millenium Topographica […]

Moldova: Three executives from Cahul prosecuted for extortion

July 27, 2017

An official from the Cahul District Court, a former police officer and a lawyer are suspected of influence peddling, after they extorted and received 6,000 euros. The three suspects were detained for 72 hours by the NAC officers and anticorruption prosecutors in the afternoon of July 25. According to the NAC, the detention occurred after […]

Romania: Anticorruption prosecutors go after former communication minister

July 27, 2017

Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) has referred to president Klaus Iohannis on starting the prosecution of Valerian Vreme, a former communications minister in the Emil Boc cabinet. Vreme is charged with abuse of office in a case related to the state’s purchase of overpriced Microsoft licenses. The former minister signed a contract for the use […]

Bulgaria: CoE Publishes Report on Bulgaria’s Corruption Prevention in Respect of MPs, Judges, Prosecutors

July 26, 2017

The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption group (GRECO) published the Fourth Round Compliance Report on Bulgaria, a compliance report concerning corruption prevention in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors. The Compliance Report assesses the measures taken by the authorities of Bulgaria to implement the recommendations. Link to the Fourth Round Compliance Report on Bulgaria in […]

Macedonia: Court Rejects Detention for Ex-PM Gruevski

July 25, 2017

Macedonia’s Appeal Court has rejected a plea to detain former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and top officials of his VMRO DPMNE party ahead of their trial on election fraud charges. Former Macedonian Prime Minister Gruevski and other former ministers from his government who have been charged with masterminding election fraud in 2013 will remain free […]



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