Daily Corruption News: 27 March 2015

Filed under - Oil and gas

Posted 27 March 2015

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Brazil: Former Petrobras CEO Foster says 'ashamed' by corruption scandal

The former chief executive officer of Petroleo Brasileiro SA, Maria das Graças Foster, on Monday said she was ashamed of a corruption scandal at the state-run oil company but denied any knowledge of alleged widespread bribery.

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Australia: Second Commonwealth Bank executive charged over alleged bribery scandal
Sydney Morning Herald

Kenya: Kenyan government ministers named in graft inquiry - media

Macedonia: Macedonian opposition leader accuses PM of corruption
Associated Press

Papua New Guinea: Corruption stalling PNG wealth, says UN rep
Radio New Zealand

Ukraine: Ukraine will release Bochkovsky for lack of evidence

Blogs and opinion

Global: The link between corruption and violent religious extremism

Global: Latin America’s real corruption crisis
The Globalist (TI mention)

China: Making corruption unsustainable in China
Wall Street Journal

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Corruption costs: Nigeria’s vital election agenda
On the blog: Give us our daily scandal

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