Daily Corruption News: 18 February 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 18 February 2016

Today's top story

Uganda: Uganda election: Ruling party accused of bribery, intimidation and terrorisation ahead of vote
International Business Times UK

Uganda's ruling party, the National Resistance Movement, has been bribing and intimidating members of the public to support incumbent president Yoweri Museveni in the run-up to the 18 February presidential elections, an electoral observer told IBTimes UK.



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Global: Bilal Erdogan is under investigation by the Italian authorities over a money laundering case.
New Europe

Global: Papa Massata Diack interrogated by police in Senegal for seven hours
Associated Press

Global: Tunisie: Swatch intente un procès à I Watch. Des internautes réagissent (Tunisia: Swatch sues I Watch. Internet users react)
Al Huffington Post Maghreb (TI mention)

Afghanistan: Afghanistan remains profoundly corrupt after U.S. invasion, report finds
NPR (TI mention)

India: CBI cracked down on 2,200 corrupt government officials in 2015
International Business Times India Edition

Russia: Businessmen protest against Russia corruption
Sky News

Thailand: Tennis corruption: Jatuporn Nalamphun banned for betting offences
BBC



Multimedia of the week

Global: See oligarchs' mansions on the London 'Kleptocracy Tour'
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty



Blogs and opinion

Uganda: Africa suffers when leaders think they're Too Big to Go
USA Today



News from Transparency International

On the web: End corruption for a sustainable future
Press release: Better enforcement of anticorruption laws needed to clean up business in Mozambique





Country / Territory - Uganda   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Governance   |   Human rights   |   Politics and government   

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