According to a survey, young Austrians find that misusing entrusted power for personal benefit is actually not that bad. An ABC of corruption – from decency to drinking companions.
“One in four thinks Austria is a very corrupt country.” That’s what the Viennese pointed out default this week the results of a poll that the newspaper commissioned a few days ago. A market research institute in Linz found out, among other things, that younger Austrians in particular don’t find the “abuse of entrusted power for personal benefit” that bad. These are not good prospects! It’s high time for a little “anti-corruption ABC”.