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Parliament adopts annual anti-corruption report

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The Bulgarian National Assembly has adopted the annual report of the Counter-Corruption and Unlawfully Acquired Assets Forfeiture Commission. It was supported by 76 MPs, as 35 abstained.

According to the report, in 2020 a total of 292 signals of conflict of interest were inspected and with 30 decisions the commission confirmed the existence of such conflicts. The fines for an established conflict of interest last year total about EUR 300,000.

In 74 cases out of 490 prosecutor’s inspections, data on corruption crimes were also collected.

Over the past year, this country exchanged information with 38 countries in the process of establishing illegally acquired property.

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