The DNA of Romania’s anti-corruption success

Few countries can claim a sitting prime minister as one of the 1,250 public officials indicted for corruption in a single year.

Romania’s National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA), the agency responsible for the crackdown, has made a deep impact in a country rife with public malfeasance and mismanagement. Its actions have been hailed by citizens, investors and Romania’s EU and U.S. allies, who welcome evidence that the country is getting to grips with its problems.

Read the story by Andrew MacDowall, in Politio:

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