Serbia

Band

D

Corruption risk

High

Data collection dates

May 2018 - September 2019

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Serbia’s defence sector is vulnerable to corruption, suffering from poor parliamentary oversight, weak management systems and high levels of secrecy. Most of defence procurement procedures are exempt from the provisions of the public procurement law and independent parliamentary oversight has been eroded through apparent lack of political will and shortages in expertise. Serbia’s Law on Whistleblower Protection is comprehensive, but its provisions and application to defence personnel are yet to be promoted among staff.

Risk categories

Political

Band

C

51/100

51/100

Risk

Moderate

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Financial

Band

D

42/100

42/100

Risk

High

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Personnel

Band

C

53/100

53/100

Risk

Moderate

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Operational

Band

E

28/100

28/100

Risk

Very High

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Procurement

Band

D

37/100

37/100

Risk

High

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