Daily Corruption News: 22 May 2012

Posted 22 May 2012

Today's top story

Haiti: Ex-Haiti official, 9 years in telecom bribery case
Associated Press

A former senior executive at Haiti's state-run telecommunications company was sentenced Monday to nine years in federal prison for money laundering offenses tied to nearly $500,000 in bribes he accepted from U.S. businesses.



More news

Global: FIFA delays appointing anti-corruption officials
Associated Press

Global: Are charities doing enough to protect themselves from fraud?
The Guardian

Canada: Quebec corruption inquiry could expose links between Mafia, politics and construction
The Canadian Press

Nigeria: Nigeria president sends oil probe to anti-graft body
Reuters

USA: Lawmakers frustrated in Wal-Mart corruption probe
Reuters



Blogs and opinion

Philippines: Beating corruption in Philippines
The Diplomat

UK: Do Britain's open government initiatives lack ambition?
The Guardian (TI mention)



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Azerbaijan: out of tune?

Upcoming event: How corrupt is Europe? New report on 6 June





Country / Territory - Haiti   
Region - Americas   
Topic - Private sector   
Tags - Bribery   |   Private Sector   |   Haiti   

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