The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption monitoring body Groups of States Against Corruption (GRECO) assesses evaluations of countries’ levels of compliance with corruption prevention. These reports contain recommendations to the evaluated countries in order to improve their compliance. It has completed its fourth evaluation round and has just published a report on Romania. It states Romania has satisfactorily implemented or dealt satisfactorily with only two of the 13 recommendations contained in the Fourth Round Evaluation Report adopted in December. You can see evaluations by round and by country here, and the individual report on Romania here.