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Transparency International is a global movement with one vision: a world

in which government, business, civil society and the daily lives of people

are free of corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an

international secretariat in Berlin, we are leading the fight against corruption

to turn this vision into reality.

On behalf of the Transparency International movement, Transparency

International Romania is leading the global Integrity, Independence and

Accountability of the Judiciary initiative.

www.transparency.org.ro

Authors: Victor Alistar, Iulia Coşpănaru

Contributors: Victoria Jennette, Doris Basler, Andreea Guşă, Miruna Maier, Diana Cuc,Cristian Ciotloş,

Laura Ștefănescu, Vlad Obuzic, Wendla Beyer, Larissa Schuurman, Cristina Slovineanu

We are thankful for their feedback to: Jose Ugaz – Chair of Transparency International, Hon. Michael

Kirby - member of TI Advisory Council, Lawrence Moss - Director, Human Rights Programme –

Roosevelt House/ Hunter College, Michael Maya - director of North America Office of IBA; Ronald

Berenbeim - ASK expert; Victoria Esquivel-Korsiak - Knowledge Management Consultant within the

Justice, Rights and Public Security Unit of Governance Global Practice of World Bank, Craig Fagan

- Head of TI Global Policy, Doris Bäsler - Director of TI Network Services, Gillian Dell - Head of

TI Conventions, Mechtild Lauth – TI Legal Counsel, Michael Sidwell - Manager of TI Editorial and

Publishing, Rachel Beddow - Officer of TI Editorial and Publishing, Alic Saiciuc – Board member of TI

Romania, Prosecutor – Member of the Judicial Inspection for Prosecutors, under the authority of the

Romanian Judicial Council

Cover photo: © Jank1000 |

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- International Criminal Court In The Hague Photo

Every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of the information contained in this report.

All information was believed to be correct as of January 2015. Nevertheless, Transparency International

Romania cannot accept responsibility for the consequences of its use for other purpose or in other

contexts.

Enhancing judiciary’s ability to curb corruption - A practical guide

ISBN: 978-973-0-19247-6

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