Daily Corruption News: 27 November 2014

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 27 November 2014

Today's top story

Tanzania: Tanzania PM Mizengo Pinda caught in corruption row
BBC

Tanzania's prime minister is under pressure to resign over alleged fraudulent payments worth $120m (£76m) to an energy firm and top officials.



More news

Global: Private firms filling Latin America’s security gap
Associated Press

India: Indian official banned for three years by FIFA for taking bribe
Associated Press

Iraq: Iraq finance minister urges battle against graft in military
Reuters

Portugal: Portugal’s detained ex-PM Socrates rejects ‘absurd’ corruption charges
Reuters

Spain: Spain backs anti-graft laws as Rajoy tries to clean party image
Reuters

Ukraine: Ukraine in anti-corruption pledge as parliament meets
BBC



Blogs and opinion

Australia: It’s hard for voters to trust leaders who won’t promise true integrity
The Conversation

Nigeria: Why is Nigeria’s Jonathan worried?
Al Jazeera



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Slippery justice: the travails of a whistleblower in Cameroon
On the blog: Moldova: Time to tackle corruption





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