Daily Corruption News: 21 November 2014

Filed under - Governance

Posted 21 November 2014

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Mexico: Thousands protest in Mexico against corruption, missing students
Los Angeles Times

Seizing on the anniversary of Mexico’s 1910 revolution, demonstrators took to the streets in Mexico City and other parts of the country Thursday in one of the largest shows to date of public anger over government corruption and the probable massacre of 43 college students.

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Global: Proposal for international anti-corruption court seeing significant momentum
Inter Press News Agency

Azerbaijan: IMF warns Azerbaijan on oil dependence, business climate

Brazil: Petrobras scandal: Brazil’s energy giant under pressure

China: Rare tiger snared in China’s anti-corruption campaign
The Financial Times

India: Indian lawmaker arrested in financial scam
Associated Press

Lebanon: Salameh outlines anti-money laundering laws
The Daily Star

Romania: Romanian prosecutors probe their own crime unit chief

Blogs and opinion

Global: Hear no evil
The Economist

India: New Delhi and civil society: friends again?
The Financial Times

News from Transparency International

Press Release: Global organisations join Transparency International demanding safety for civil society in Sri Lanka
On the blog: Corruption and banking: forex heralds an important change in rhetoric

Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Advocacy   |   Civil society   |   Governance   |   Oil and gas   |   Politics and government   
Tags - Mexico   |   india   |   Sri Lanka   |   Petrobras   |   DCN   

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