Daily Corruption News: 27 June 2012

Filed under - Sport

Posted 27 June 2012

Today's top story

Global: Ecclestone ‘co-perpetrator’ in bribery, prosecutor says
Bloomberg Businessweek

Bernie Ecclestone was a conspirator in a bribery scheme that sent $44 million to a Bayerische Landesbank executive to clear the 2005 sale of the lender’s stake in Formula One racing, prosecutors said.



More news

Global: Two more convictions in Camp Arifjan bribery probe
The Wall Street Journal

Malaysia: Malaysia denies corruption in submarine sale
Reuters

Mongolia: Corruption and greed in 'Minegolia'
Al Jazeera English (TI mention)

Romania: Romanian ex -PM arrives in prison hospital to start 2-year sentence for corruption
The Washington Post

Russia: Russian anti-corruption campaigner has Twitter account hacked
The Telegraph



Blogs and opinion

India: India on an edge
The Huffington Post

USA: Senate panel approves Magnitsky Bill
The Wall Street Journal



News from Transparency International

On the blog: Fail again. Fail better: Reform of the EU banking sector

Web feature: Greece: The cost of a bribe





Topic - Sport   
Tags - Bribery   |   Formula One   |   Bernie Ecclestone   

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