Daily Corruption News: 29 September 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 29 September 2016

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South Korea: Seoul court denies arrest warrant for Lotte Group chairman; corruption probe continues

A South Korean court rejected a request by prosecutors for a warrant to arrest Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin in the latest twist in a wide-ranging corruption probe that has convulsed the country's fifth-largest family-run conglomerate.

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Indonesia: Most corruption cases come from the private sector
Jakarta Post

Mexico: Mexicans have 300 different ways of referring to corruption

UK: Chris Coleman demands life bans for those found guilty of football corruption
The Guardian

Blogs and opinion

Global: As long as greed governs global sport, corruption will be endemic
The Guardian

Global: The disease of corruption: views on how to fight corruption to advance 21st century global health goals
BMC Medicine

Panama: The real scandal behind the Panama Papers
Vanity Fair

UK: English football needs to face up to its problems, and fast
The Daily Telegraph (TI mention)

News from Transparency International

Press release: Benin needs an independent and effective justice system to end impunity for corruption
On the web: What is grand corruption and how can we stop it?

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