Anti-sleaze group pushes for higher standards

Sparshott, Jeffrey
October 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;10/15/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 42, p1
Reports on the movement of anticorruption working group to political parties in maintenance of standards in public behavior and limitation of corruption in Poland. Inquiry on public corruption; Address of the inquiry; Review of accomplishments; Steps in deregulation of economy; Rank in international corruption surveys.


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