Daily Corruption News: 16 April 2014

Posted 16 April 2014

Today's top story

India: Indian voters lured by cash handouts, drugs, bootleg liquor

Indian election officials have seized a record $36 million dollars of cash concealed in cars, private planes and even ambulances that they say was destined to buy off voters and pay for expenses over and above the spending limit.

More news

Global: Glaxo investigating bribery claims in Jordan and Lebanon
Wall Street Journal

Algeria: Benflis vows to monitor Algeria vote, protest any fraud
Agence France-Presse

Australia: Australian premier's resignation a sign of less, not more, corruption

South Africa:  South African banks fined after money-laundering probe

UK: UK oil, gas, mining industry agrees high transparency standards
Thomson Reuters Foundation

US: S&P fails to split up $5 billion U.S. fraud lawsuit

Blogs and opinion

Global: Beware of the Pax Mafioso
Foreign Policy

Mexico and US: Are U.S. Companies more willing to play along with Mexico’s corruption culture?

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Fighting for workers’ rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Press release: Transparency International to launch report on corruption risks in the EU institutions

Country / Territory - Algeria   |   Australia   |   Mexico   |   South Africa   |   United Kingdom   |   United States   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Tags - india   |   Election Commission   |   Election fraud   |   Campaign spending limit   |   cash-for-votes   

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