Good governance in Romania includes civil society

Romania needs to pay closer attention to civil society groups and citizens who can provide expertise in the fight against corruption, experts told SETimes following the release of the World Bank’s Worldwide Governance Indicators for 2013, which assesses the governing quality of 200 countries.

The 2013 data, which is the most recent available, shows that Romania made progress in five of the six indicators, namely political stability and the absence of violence, governing efficacy, regulation quality, and state and corruption control, compared to the performances registered in 2012.

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