(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
The Council of Europe's anti-corruption body (GRECO) has evaluated the regulations
to the European parliaments, and a final report on Norway is now available.
Norway is praised for having fulfilled the recommendations, which have led to, among other things
changes in the Storting's ethical guidelines and regulations for registration of
the positions and financial interests of the representatives. Norway is highlighted as one
role model for inspiration for other GRECO members.
It is very good that Norway is leading the way in this preventive work with new regulations
for openness and anti-corruption, but there is no reason to rest
Scams with travel bills for several parliamentary representatives in the past year are in stark contrast to the boast from GRECO, and there are therefore additional requirements for regulation and control from several teams. The Accounting Association proposes a travel accounting system based on actual costs with documentation. In this way, you do not get reimbursed for travel that has not taken place. That should be obvious.
the opportunities for cheating are made as small as possible, is another advantage. . .
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