Daily Corruption News: 22 June 2012

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 22 June 2012

Today's top story

Mexico: Mexico ready to vote, watchful for fraud
The Washington Post

Mexican democracy has come a long way from the days when the ruling party would give out washing machines for votes and rip up ballots with the wrong box checked off. Today, electoral regulators preside over an elaborate system of safeguards that have made stealing the presidency at the ballot box impossible, political analysts say.



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Global: Danish Kaneria found guilty of two charges of corruption by ECB
The Guardian

Global: Walmart scales back Mexico plans
Financial Times

Global: Evergrande accused of fraud and bribery
Financial Times

China: China orders ranking military officers to declare assets in step against corruption
Associated Press

Ireland: Ireland fines UBS arm over money laundering rules
Reuters

UK: Three jailed for £9m Sainsbury's potato scam
The Guardian



Blogs and opinion

South Africa: Something very rotten
The Economist (TI mention)



News from Transparency International

News: Fundamental reform of Formula One Group overdue, TI Germany

Web feature: Euro 2012: Poland and Ukraine in the spotlight





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