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The overall legal and institutional anti-corruption frameworks are mostly in place in Albania, and the government has adopted an anti-corruption strategy and action plan 2007-2013. Albania’s public procurement system has been improved, mechanisms for checking conflict of interest of politicians and high-ranking public officials are in place, and procedures for the establishment of new businesses have been streamlined, thereby limiting opportunities for bribery.
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