In 2014, Romania placed 69 out of 177 countries on the corruption index. The Romanian parliament voted to exempt themselves and several other government officials from anti-corruption laws, which refer to actions such as abuse of office, bribery, and conflicts of interest by public officials, the law would no longer apply to them. According to the anti-corruption prosecutor’s office (DNA), 28 members of Parliament have been convicted or are on trial for various corruption charges. In addition, 100 mayors and vice-mayors are being investigated for such crimes as awarding contracts to family and friends. In our daily experience, there are still frequent implicit requests for bribes by medical practitioners, government officials, police officers and teachers. 
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