Clean future: anti-corruption action plan for Bulgaria

Author(s) : Coalition 2000 (Bulgaria)

Organization : Coalition 2000 (Bulgaria)

Imprint : Sofia, Coalition 2000, 1998

Collation :

136 p.

This anti-corruption action plan has been developed within the framework of the Coalition 2000 process with the purpose of becoming part of the social agenda, as a broadly approved system of measures and actions for curbing the extremely dangerous social phenomenon of corruption. In the mid-term, its objective is to reduce corruption pressure and bring about a breakthrough in public attitudes towards illegal forms of personal gain. Special emphasis is placed on: the establishment of a favorable institutional and legal environment for the fight against corruption; public administration and judiciary reforms in terms of increased transparency and accountability; the need to limit the corruption potential inherent in privatization procedures, as well as the need to liberalize entrepreneurial activities; civil society organizations, their role in public awareness campaign; and international organizations, foreign governments and international experts - their role in defining the parameters of the anti-corruption initiative and its integration into multilateral efforts to limit corruption in the countries in transition and the rest of the world.

  • Accountability, Anti-corruption strategies, Judiciary, Legal framework, Civil society, Corporate sector, Corruption, Economic and social development, Educational management, Governance, Non-governemental organizations, Public sector, Transparency
  • Europe