There was an interesting new post on the Balkan nations by Milica Stojanovic and published at Balkan Insight newspaper. Take a look at this excerpt:
Pecreptions of public corruption worsened in most Southeast and Central European countries according to the newest Global Perceptions Corruption Index published by the international watchdog Transparency International, TI, on Thursday.
Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia against ranked worst in the Western Balkans, with 35 points out of 100 – 100 points being very clean and 0 being the opposite – and sharing 111th place in the list of 180 countries.
North Macedonia declined five places, down from 106th last year, while Bosnia and Hercegovina declined faster, by 10 places, from 101th place last year.