Permanentanti-corruption monitoring of the key priorities in the eu pre-accession process
Corruption cannot be seen and it cannot be thought of as an isolated phenomenon. Basically, it involves all aspects of the society. It interrupts the decision-making process at all levels, it restraints the economic development, it disturbs the social politics and undermines the political stability of the countries.Fight against the corruption in a coherent and effective manner should take central and clear place on the road towards economic reforms, towards building a
democracy that respects the rule of law and human rights, in a manner consistent with the criteria established with the Association and Stabilization Agreement (Copenhagen criteria).