Daily Corruption News: 26 January 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 26 January 2016

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Malaysia: Malaysian prime minister cleared of corruption over $681m Saudi 'gift'
The Guardian

Malaysia’s attorney-general said on Tuesday that $681m transferred into prime minister Najib Razak’s personal bank account was a gift from the royal family in Saudi Arabia, and there were no criminal offences or corruption involved.



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Cambodia: Kerry raises human rights, corruption concerns in Cambodia
Washington Post

El Salvador: U.N., El Salvador launch U.S.-backed anti-corruption program
Reuters

Jamaica: Parliament withdraws Anti-Corruption Committee report
Jamaica Observer

Qatar: Qatar athletics bids investigated for bribery
Sky News

Russia: The U.S. is point-blank accusing Vladimir Putin of corruption
TIME

Spain: Spanish police arrest 24 in Valencia corruption raids
Reuters



Blogs and opinion

Global: High time for a western oil strategy
The Globalist

US: More teeth needed in fighting corruption
Tampa Tribune



News from Transparency International

On the web: WEF: Does the 4th industrial revolution include anti-corruption?
Press release: Transparency International calls on EU to keep sanctions on Tunisia’s Ben Ali and Egypt’s Mubarak





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