Daily Corruption News: 16 February 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 16 February 2016

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Malaysia: TI fears Malaysia moving towards autocracy
Malaysiakini (TI mention)

Transparency International (TI) has expressed grave concern that Malaysia is moving rapidly towards autocracy and disregarding its international commitments, such as the UN Convention against Corruption and the Asean Political-Security Community Blueprint 2025, to fight corruption.

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Global: CONCACAF lawyers warn of serious risks if reforms fail

Hong Kong: Hong Kong tycoon and ex-deputy leader lose graft appeal bid
Agence France-Presse

Iraq: Iraq grain board chief to be investigated in graft case: Ministry

Israel: Celebrity rabbi Pinto set to enter prison for bribery conviction
The Times of Israel

Kenya: Athletics Kenya CEO to temporarily step aside over bribery claims

Kenya: Kenya replaces Mombasa port management amid smuggling probe

Philippines: Imelda Marcos's confiscated jewellery to be sold

Ukraine: President asks PM Yatsenyuk to resign

Multimedia of the week

Global: The dogged reporter who exposed FIFA corruption
CBS News

Blogs and opinion

Global: What beats corruption?
Project Syndicate

Honduras: An anti-corruption charade in Honduras
The New York Times

News from Transparency International

On the web: Unmask the Corrupt
Press release: How to tackle corruption in Afghanistan: New report 17 February

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