The article states that corruption in many transition countries has reached such dimensions that it requires principal solutions. It is deeply rooted in almost all areas, and therefore it is able to reproduce itself on its own. This situation requires a radical intervention and complex countering and attacking corruption on all fronts. Efficient fight against corruption requires a program of necessary changes, and formation of as large as possible anti-corruption alliance, and an active and informed civil society. According to the authors, in order to initiate the fight against corruption there is a need to understand the reasons, loopholes and impulses nourishing corruption at any level first. It is necessary to focus not only on repression, but even more so on prevention. The main directions of changes necessary to restrict corruption are tackled chronologically in the article.