Bribery tolerance

34% of Albanians think it is always or sometimes acceptable to give money (a bribe) to get something from the public administration or a public service. This ranks Albania among five most bribery tolerant countries, along with Lithuania (42%), Hungary (39%), Latvia (38%), and Slovakia (29%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 (May …

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Bribery tolerance

57% of Albanians think it is always or sometimes acceptable to give a gift to get something from the public administration or a public service. This ranks Albania among five most bribery tolerant countries, along with Latvia (68%), Hungary (61%), Lithuania (60%), and Slovakia (50%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 (May 2013) …

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Favoritism tolerance

65% of Albanians think it is always or sometimes acceptable to do a favor to get something from the public administration or a public service. This ranks Albania among five most favoritism tolerant countries, along with Slovakia (68%), Hungary (60%), Lithuania (54%), and the Czech Republic (53%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 …

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Corruption experience

Recently 32.5% of Albanians have been asked or have been expected to pay a bribe. This figure ranks Albania among top five countries in Europe. Other high ranking countries are Romania (53%), Lithuania (36.4%) Slovakia (25.6%), and Poland (21%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 (May 2013) EU Delegation to Albania (May 2014)

Dynamics of corruption

61% of Albanians think corruption in the country recently has increased or stayed the same. This figure lists Albania at the bottom of the list. The top 5 countries of this list are Spain (97%), Italy (96%), the Czech Republic (94%), Slovenia (94%) and Romania (90%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 (May …

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