Hungary’s integrity agency said on Friday it had received 24 applications from non-governmental actors to its anti-corruption working group.
Under the law establishing its mandate, the agency must elect 10 non-governmental experts or civil society representatives by December 1 to form an anti-corruption working group with government officials. , the agency noted. The agency said it began reviewing the application on Friday after the Nov. 24 application deadline expired.
The Anti-Corruption Working Group serves as the Integrity Authority’s independent analytical, advisory, and decision-support body. Besides the Chair, it will be attended by his 10 members representing state institutions and his 10 members representing non-governmental actors. Parliament on October 4 established the Integrity Agency as an autonomous public body to investigate fraud, conflicts of interest, corruption and other crimes related to the use of European Union funds in Hungary passed a law to
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