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Corruption stands as a major stumbling block to BiH's self-sustainability

Text: Muamer Selimbegovic, FENA Photo

SARAJEVO, December 11 (FENA) - All-present corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina leads to a kind of institutional paralysis, and key problems in this regard continue to be related to the public procurement process and the unsustainable situation with the judiciary, which is under political control, and to the absence of an adequate legal framework in accordance with the 14 priorities from the Opinion of the European Commission, it was pointed out today in Sarajevo at the opening of the conference "20 years later, Western Balkans and BiH - has corruption won?", held with the financial support of the Swedish Development Agency (SIDA) and organized by Transparency International in BiH (TIBiH).

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