Corruption

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 23.01.2018, 17:34

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589 days of pollical corruption investigation in Lithuania: main facts

589 days of pollical corruption investigation in Lithuania: main facts

22.12.2017

Lithuania's law-enforcement have closed a 589-day investigation into political corruption allegations of one of the country's largest business concerns MG Baltic, the Liberal Movement and the Labor Party, reports BNS Overview, cites LETA.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Corruption, Financial Services, Legislation, Lithuania, Markets and Companies



Court okays custody for Estonian Railways board member suspected of bribe-taking

Court okays custody for Estonian Railways board member suspected of bribe-taking

19.12.2017

The Tallinn-based Harju County Court on December 16th evening took Sergei Fedorenko, board member of the state owned railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways suspected of bribe-taking, into custody, informs LETA/BNS.

Money laundering, shadow economy shrink in Latvia, problems with corruption, contraband remain

Money laundering, shadow economy shrink in Latvia, problems with corruption, contraband remain

13.12.2017

The latest data suggest that money laundering risks in Latvia have declined, yet corruption and contraband remain vital problems that need to be addressed urgently, according to the survey by the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on unobserved economy, corruption in the public sector and money laundering, informs LETA.


Eurobarometer: Lithuanian residents face less corruption

Eurobarometer: Lithuanian residents face less corruption

12.12.2017

Although residents of Lithuania still think that many areas in the country are badly affected by corruption, the past few years marked a significant decline in the number of cases they faced corruption, shows the latest Eurobarometer survey, cites LETA/BNS.

Vejonis doesn’t promulgate amendments to the Law on Judicial Power

Vejonis doesn’t promulgate amendments to the Law on Judicial Power

10.11.2017

Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis today returned to the parliament for revision amendments to the Law on Judicial Power, according to the information published on the internet website of the president, cites LETA.


31.10.2017

Lithuania's largest companies become more transparent

Lithuania's largest companies have improved their average transparency score over the past three years, with the ranking topped by the telecoms services providers Tele2 (100 points) and Telia Lietuva (98 points) and the grocery chain Maxima LT (96 points), according to a study by Transparency International (TI) Lithuania, cites LETA/BNS.

21.09.2017

2 accused in Port of Tallinn graft case agree to plea deal

The Tallinn-based Harju County Court on Wednesday endorsed punishments under a plea bargain deal for two accused in the case of alleged large-scale bribery committed by Port of Tallinn ex-managers, Postimees and the news portal of ERR reported, cites LETA/BNS.

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