Daily Corruption News: 3 July 2015

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 3 July 2015

Today's top story

Uzbekistan: Top Uzbek dynasty figure sued in US $300m lawsuit
The Guardian

US justice department is seeking to recover money allegedly paid in bribes to a ‘close relative’ of Uzbekistan’s autocratic ruler, Islam Karimov.



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Global: Federal agent pleads guilty to corruption charges in Silk Road case
CNET

Burundi: U.N. says Burundi did not hold fair election, human rights violated
Reuters

Colombia: No sweat? Colombia turns to lie detectors to tackle government graft
Reuters

Malaysia: Malaysia PM slams corruption report as continuing ‘political sabotage’
Reuters

Thailand: Nearly 2,500 corruption cases filed in Northeast 
Bangkok Post

US: Corruption at US border security could undermine entire system, report says
Defense One



Blogs and opinion

Indonesia: Jokowi lacks leadership on corruption
East Asia Forum



News from Transparency International

Press release: Transparency International says draft Hungarian law is a tax on transparency
Press release: Corruption in five Eastern European countries remains endemic





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