Daily Corruption News: 29 May 2015

Filed under - Sport

Posted 29 May 2015

Today's top story

Global: FIFA President Sepp Blatter seeks re-election amid corruption scandal
The Wall Street Journal

FIFA’s member associations started voting in a closely watched presidential election Friday, a ballot that could secure its divisive president, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter, a fifth consecutive term.



More news

Global: Transparencia Internacional denuncia la crisis por corrupción en América Latina (Transparency International denounces corruption crisis in Latin America)
Infolatam

Nigeria: New Nigerian President faces critical challenges
US News and World Report

Russia: Navalny slams Putin’s crackdown on dissent
Voice of America

Thailand: Thailand’s junta to declare war on corruption
The Diplomat

South Africa: Jacob Zuma will not have to repay money spent to upgrade his home
Agence France-Presse

South Korea: Ruling party official's house raided over bribery allegations
The Korea Herald

UK: UK reporter handed suspended sentence in bribery case
Associated Press

US: Indictment taints former Speaker Dennis Hastert’s ‘Clean as a whistle’ reputation
NBC News



Blogs and opinion

US: FIFA’s corruption stains world soccer
New York Times



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Nigeria’s corruption challenge
Press release: Transparency International: Blatter must stand down and elections suspended





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