Daily Corruption News: 19 April 2012

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 19 April 2012

Today's top story

Russia: In search of Putin’s money
Al Jazeera/Bureau of Investigative Journalism

Many argue that [Putin's] years at the top of Russian politics have seen the country’s reputation become synonymous with cronyism and corruption, and that with Putin at the helm inner cliques have been allowed to run Russia for their own benefit and personal gain.

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Australia: Corruption hearings to be secret
The Sydney Morning Herald

Ireland: Reasons for delaying Kennedy trial are confidential, court told
Irish Times

Kazakhstan: ENRC cash 'used to pay university fees of offical's son'
The Telegraph

Macau: Jones Lang LaSalle assisting Macau anti-graft body
Reuters

South Africa: 'Grossly inappropriate' to drop corruption charges: DA
Times Live

UK: Rupert and James Murdoch summoned to testify in hacking inquiry
CNN

Multimedia of the week

Tanzania: Open government: tackling corruption in Tanzania
The Guardian

Blogs and opinion

Global: How Siemens cracked down on corruption & what India Inc can learn from it
The Economic Times

Nigeria: James Ibori and the 'somebodys' and 'nobodys' of Nigeria
The Guardian

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Nigeria: Governments must defend rule of law and prosecute officials who commit fraud

Web feature: Standing still? What the world's biggest economies are doing about corruption



Country / Territory - Australia   |   Ireland   |   Kazakhstan   |   Macau   |   Nigeria   |   Russia   |   South Africa   |   United Kingdom   
Region - Global   |   Sub-Saharan Africa   |   Asia Pacific   |   Europe and Central Asia   
Language(s) - English   
Tags - Putin   |   Kennedy   |   Jones Lang LaSalle   |   James Murdoch   |   James Ibori   |   Siemens   

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