Gunter Verheugen rebukes the popular fallacy of Bulgaria and Romania being EU’s most corrupt members

Outgoing EC Vice-president Gunter Vreheugen rebuked the popular fallacy that Bulgaria and Romania were the most corrupt members of the EU. “I think it is unfair for these countries to be accused of being corrupt, of having a non-acting administration and that they are places ruled by crime, Verheugen said. If you ask me which is the most corrupt country in the EU, Bulgaria and Romania are not the first countries I would think of”, Verheugen pointed out.

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