Daily Corruption News: 29 January 2015

Filed under - Transparency International

Posted 29 January 2015

Today's top story

Global: Transparency International battles corruption worldwide
Christian Science Monitor (TI mention)

When Carmela, a middle-aged woman in a makeshift homeless settlement in Venezuela, witnessed her grown son being beaten and dragged out of his apartment by the police, she knew that arranging for his freedom would be a difficult task.



More news

Global: UK Alstom bribery investigation swings spotlight onto Hungary
Reuters

Pakistan:  Convicted spot-fixer Mohammad Amir cleared to return to cricket in Pakistan
The Guardian

Panama: Panama to launch corruption inquiry into former president
The Guardian

South Korea: Bombardier Transportation accused of corruption in South Korea
CBC

Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka reinstates impeached chief justice
Malaysia Insider



Blogs and opinion

Global: Lobby groups' influence 'damaging democracy'
Deutsche Welle

Spain: Podemos maybe could
Breaking Views



News from Transparency International

On the blog: To the new Greek government: Keep your promise to fight corruption
Press release: Transparency International supports Indonesia anti-corruption commission





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