Daily Corruption News: 26 August 2015

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 26 August 2015

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Guatemala: Corruption scandal moves closer to Guatemalan president
Associated Press

Guatemala's Supreme Court has taken the first step in allowing impeachment proceedings against President Otto Perez Molina and his former Vice President Roxana Baldetti has been ordered to stand trial in a fraud case that has pushed the country into political crisis.

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Australia: Police raid Canberra headquarters of CFMEU amid bribery and corruption probe

Brazil: Brazil judge says president's ex-chief of staff may have been bribed

India: SC stays CBI probe against Arunachal CM in corruption case
Times of India

Tanzania: Smartphones help Tanzanian women secure land rights
Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Ukraine: Money still rules Ukraine
Foreign Policy

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