Daily Corruption News: 27 April 2015

Filed under - Defence and security

Posted 27 April 2015

Today's top story

Global: Defence groups quiet on anti-corruption measures
Financial Times (TI mention)

Two-thirds of defence companies show little or no evidence of having programmes to combat corruption, according to an extensive study of the industry.

More news

Global: Shell lobbied to undermine EU renewables targets, documents reveal
The Guardian

Global: Uncle of Syria's Assad in French probe over 90-million-euro fortune
Agence France-Presse

Guatemala: Thousands in Guatemala demand president, deputy resign
Agence France-Presse

Kenya: Kenya opposition calls for elections over corruption, insecurity

Liberia: Liberia’s anti-corruption chief vows intensified effort
Voice of America

Blogs and opinion

Global: Battle against graft one of our biggest challenges
Bangkok Post (TI mention)

Global: Beat the Berlaymont: Five easy ways to skirt the EU lobbying rules
Politico Europe

Australia: Why ICAC powers to investigate corruption must be restored
Sydney Morning Herald

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Deutsche Bank settlement: does the punishment fit the crime?
Web feature: Why ASEAN needs to confront corruption in Southeast Asia

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