Janeček’s fund raises award for exposing major corruption to 2 million crowns

The Anticorruption Endowment Fund has increased the maximum financial award for exposing corruption with wide-reaching economic consequences or of highly reputable nature to two million crowns. Previously, the maximum award was one million crowns. The fund was set up by the billionaire and anti-corruption advocate Karel Janeček. The first lower awards for exposing corruption were given out in 2011.

Author: Masha Volynsky