Daily Corruption News: 9 October 2015

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 9 October 2015

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India: Arvind Kejriwal sacks Cabinet Minister Asim Ahmed Khan over corruption charges

Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, today called a press conference to announce that he was sacking a minister caught asking for bribe. "I will not even spare my son, Manish Sisodia or anyone else if he is corrupt," he declared.

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Greece: Watchdog sees little political will in battle against corruption

Indonesia: Police in Indonesia arrest student for filming bribery
Tech in Asia

Malaysia: Malaysia arrests lawyer critical of PM Najib

Mexico: TPP deal requires action on corruption
Mexico News Daily

Thailand: Meechai seeks advice to fight graft
Bangkok Post

Tunisia: Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet wins Nobel Peace Prize
USA Today

UK: Freedom of information commission not very free with its information
The Guardian

USA: Ex-Chicago Public Schools leader charged with corruption
Associated Press

Multimedia of the week

Global: ¿Hay corrupción en la ONU? Director de Transparencia Internacional – América habló en NTN24 sobre el polémico tema
NTN24 (TI mention)

Blogs and opinion

Global: FIFA suspensions highlight stubbornness of status quo
Al Jazeera America (TI mention)

Global: Tax transparency: Keeping the public in the dark?
Euobserver (TI mention)

News from Transparency International

Press release: International organisations call on Mongolian parliament to withdraw corruption amnesty law
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