Nejprůhledněji his campaign for president leads Fischer, evaluated Transparency International
PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Transparency International on Wednesday published the results of its ongoing evaluation of presidential candidates according to their transparency campaign. Almost perfectly fulfilled the criteria Jan Fischer (93 percent), followed by his Top 09 Party candidate and Senator Karel Schwarzenberg Zuzana Roithová.
Minister of Foreign Affairs met the criteria at 83 percent, MEP Roithová to 68 percent. On the contrary, the worst results in its campaign of transparency Senator Tomio Okamura he met only twelve percent of all criteria. Neither John Bobošíková did not fare too well in the examination, from Transparency International received only 21 percent and Vladimir Franz concludes the last three to 28 percent success rate.
Success of other candidates ranges from 30 to 50 percent. Very similar to their present campaign Jiri Dienstbier, Milos Zeman and Premysl Sobotka. Criteria met about half. Tanya Fischer and Vladimir Dlouhy then were successful about one-third.
First on the analysis of the organization responded candidate CSSD Jiri Dienstbier. "Any initiative that aims to set the bar higher openness not only presidential, but all other political campaigns, clearly has my support. I would agree with the fact that the interests of society as a whole placed even greater emphasis on the very nature of this activity. President of the Future Czech Republic shall result from corruption, "said Social Democratic candidate.
"The public has a right to know what goes on behind the scenes marketing and if candidates really odkývají cards, their sponsors and expenditure campaigns. Key political event winter season should be done under close public scrutiny, the president can not be questioned," said David Ondráčka, director of Transparency International.
"Legal obligation to establish a clear account opens up the possibility to monitor the election campaign expenses of candidates. Accounts, although they can not provide a complete picture and answer the question of campaign financing, but it's at least a good start, to force policy accountable to voters and the general public," commented Peter Vymětal , Department of Political Science FMV of Economics in Prague.
Transparency Campaign evaluate candidates based on 13 pre-defined criteria. Percentage rating reflects the degree of satisfactory fulfillment of criteria, which serve as a source of information website of the candidates, their official profiles on social networks relevant statements in the national media and the response to a written request for information which TI addressed the team in November, each of the eleven candidates.
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