IMO subject to new criticism for lack of transparency

Transparency International is once more lashing out at the IMO ahead of an important meeting of the maritime organization. Three key elements should be changed in order for the IMO to fulfill its obligations, says the NGO.

The International Maritime Organization is once again harshly criticized for being a transparent and closed-off organization in which it is unclear who actually holds influence.

The non-governmental organization Transparency International has published a report, announced already back in April, that contains fierce criticism of the IMO. In the report, the NGO calls on the IMO Council to include three proposed changes in its talks when the Council gathers this week:

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