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More Than 60% Think Corruption Will Drop Once Croatia Enters EU

More than 60 percent of those surveyed by Transparency International believe that corruption in Croatia will decrease once the country becomes part of the EU, writes Vecernji list.

Croats believe that corruption will be reduced the most in the courts system (8.6 percent of citizens), followed by the health system (7.5 percent), political parties (5.4 percent) and in the police (4.5 percent).

More than a third (37.5 percent) think that corruption will be cleaned up in all sectors.

High Court Judge and President of the Group of States against corruption (GRECO) Marin Mrcela says that 74 percent of EU citizens think that corruption is a problem in their countries.

“It varies from country to country, 98 percent of Greeks think corruption is a problem in Greece, while 19 percent of Danes think Denmark has a problem,” said Mrcela.

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