Bulgarians Complain of Corruption
Bulgarians Complain of Corruption

Bulgarians Complain of Corruption

Bulgarians Complain of Corruption

As little as 9% of Bulgarians think that corruption levels have fallen over the past four years, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development said on Tuesday, SeeNews reported. Approximately one in ten Bulgarians report that either they or another member of their household have made unofficial payments or gifts when accessing public services in the last 12 months, the EBRD said in the 2016 edition of its Life in Transition Survey, which covers 34 countries. Bulgarians also express dissatisfaction with their country’s progress in terms of economic and political conditions, as only 15% and 14% respectively believe that the conditions have improved over the course of the past four years.


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