Daily Corruption News: 27 June 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 27 June 2016

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US: Supreme Court rules unanimously in favor of former Va. governor McDonnell in corruption case
The Washington Post

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled unanimously in favor of former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell, who had been convicted of corruption.



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Australia: Visa scammer caught on hidden camera as department refers cases to corruption watchdog
ABC Online

Brazil: 'Velha política' ameaça a Lava Jato, diz chefe da Transparência Internacional ('Old politics' threatens Lava Jato, says head of Transparency International)
Folha de S.Paulo

China: China wants more cooperation with West in corruption fight
Reuters

India: India among top 3 regions in corruption-linked fraud
The Hindu

Philippines: Duterte 'hell-bent' on stopping corruption; bans Cabinet members from seeking elective posts
CNN Philippines



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Egypt: Cairo wages war on corruption with TV ads, but will it work?
Al- Monitor



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Feature: What’s it like to be a whistleblower?





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