The Czech branch of Transparency International has criticized the anti-corruption measures floated by the emerging centre-right coalition government. The head of the Czech branch of TIC Vaclav Liška told the ctk news agency the debate on corruption had shrunk to a discussion of a couple of controversial repressive measures, such as the introduction of an agent provocateur. He called on politicians to adopt a comprehensive anti-corruption strategy that would be primarily based on prevention. The Czech branch of TIC is preparing its own draft proposal.
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