Daily Corruption News: 22 October 2014

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 22 October 2014

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Indonesia: Indonesian cabinet delayed after anti-graft body blocks candidates
Reuters

Indonesian President Joko Widodo failed to finalise his cabinet on Wednesday after the country's anti-corruption agency rejected eight candidates, underlining the challenge he faces in fulfilling election promises of a government free from graft.



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Brazil: Petrobras in securities probe adding to kickback case
Bloomberg

Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso opposition rejects referendum plan, calls for protests
Reuters

India: Anti-Corruption Bureau taken out of RTI purview, activists cry foul
Indian Express

Tunisia: Tunisia election tests transition from autocracy to democracy
Reuters

UK: RBS avoids £87m fine by blowing whistle on Libor-rigging cartel
The Huffington Post

US: Hacker group Anonymous releases video alleging South Texas corruption
San Antonio Express News



Blogs and opinion

Ukraine: Ukraine’s renewed anti-corruption fight looks promising so far – at least on paper
Kyiv Post



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Setting the anti-corruption agenda or the G20
Media advisory: Major exporters still lag in enforcing rules against foreign bribery





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