OECD Concerned About Estonian Anti-Bribery Efforts

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has criticized Estonia's efforts to tamp down bribery from foreign sources, saying in a new report that the country may not have an adequate legal framework yet to handle it.

Narva Trans Hit by Betting Suspicions Again

The second criminal case in two days has rocked the Estonian football world. Results of games played by Narva Trans in the premier league, Meistriliiga, are being scrutinized and six players are under suspicion of reaping monetary gains from betting on the outcomes of games, said Prosecutor General spokesperson Katrin Lunt.

Ilves: Parliament Must Draft Own Code of Ethics

President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said in a meeting with Parliament's special committee on implementation of the Anti-Corruption Act that only the legislature itself can come up with a parliamentary code of ethics.

NGO Calls for Parliamentary Code of Ethics

The chairman of the board of the Corruption-Free Estonia non-profit Jaanus Tehver has called for a code of ethics for parliamentarians. Tehver, a lawyer by profession, said on ERR radio on December 2 that he agreed with the position of the Public...