Daily Corruption News: 24 October 2014

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 24 October 2014

Today's top story

Ukraine: Poroshenko in anti-corruption drive ahead of general election

Ukrainians go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament in its first general election since the "Euromaidan" protests ousted pro-Kremlin former president Victor Yanukovich in February.

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Brazil: Petrobras corruption scandal overshadows Brazil presidential campaign
LA Times

Egypt: Egyptian political parties stand with NGOs against new draft law
Al Ahram

India: BMC babus' bribe rate card for builders: Rs 1,200 a square feet
The Times of India

Indonesia: Indonesia’s graft body probes several former ministers

Turkey: OECD ‘seriously concerned' about how Turkey investigates bribery
Today’s Zaman (TI mention)

Multimedia of the week

US: The cost of campaigns
The New York Times

Blogs and opinion

US: Where is the investigation into financial corruption at the NSA?
The Atlantic

News from Transparency International

New report: Exporting corruption
On the blog: No impunity: the law steps in to investigate

Tags - Elections   |   Euromaidan   |   Poroshenko   

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