Anti-corruption activists slam proposed change in public tender legislation

The anti-corruption initiative Citizens Against Corruption on Tuesday slammed a proposed change in public tender legislation. According to anti-corruption activists, the new law currently being debated by the government would not make the awarding of public tenders any more transparent. According to Karel Janeček of the Anticorruption Endowment Fund, it may even make it easier to cover up corruption. Non-government organizations have presented a proposal that they believe would improve the efficiency of anti-corruption legislation to the government.

Author: Sarah Borufka