Transparency International Moldova monitors the re-setting of the anti-corruption system, particularly the creation of the National Integrity Authority, the adoption of the Integrity Law and the implementation of the Law on Institutional Integrity.
The problems of the financial sector, generally, as well as of the bank sector, particularly in Moldova, have been accumulated in Moldova regardless of the regime and governing parties. The bank sector in Moldova is the element that made possible the transformation of the country into a regional machine for laundering the money with doubtful provenience since 2005. This sector was used to squeeze financial resources from the reserves of the National Bank of Moldova (BNM) in 2014, commit a Billions bank fraud converting later the lacking money into the state debt. All the above mentioned generate major risks for the state security, its’ financial system and citizen.
Corupţia sistemică rămâne o problemă majoră în R. Moldova, înregistrând scoruri destul de joase ale Indicelui Perceperii Corupţiei, remarcă Transparency International – Moldova (TI-Moldova) în Raportul de evaluare a Sistemului Naţional de Integritate (SNI) lansat astăzi, 29 iulie.
Transparency International – Moldova (TI-Moldova) as the National Chapter of the world anti-corruption organization Transparency International was registered on June 14, 2000.
One of the main priorities of Transparency International – Moldova in launching an anti-corruption movement is to convene the most pro-active personalities known in the country as promoters of transparency, democracy and accountability – the key principles of anti-corruption activities.