The Italian anti-corruption reform — recent news
After a lengthy approval process, on 31 October 2012, the Italian Chamber of Deputies passed a long awaited anti-corruption bill, aimed at improving transparency in the country’s public sector. The Anti-Corruption Law introduces new categories of corruptionrelated offences and strengthens those already contained in the Italian Criminal Code. It also calls for the establishment of a new National Anti-Corruption Authority with investigative and remedial powers. Below is a summary of the changes brought about by this new law.
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