Daily Corruption News: 29 June 2012

Filed under - Governance

Posted 29 June 2012

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Vatican City: Vatican bank, known for secrecy, opens its doors in effort towards transparency
Associated Press

The Vatican bank, one of the more secretive institutions of the secrecy-obsessed Vatican, opened itself up to a little external scrutiny Thursday in a bid to show it's serious about fighting money-laundering and being more financially transparent.

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Global: United notions: Victory for James Wasserstrom, the UN's leading whistleblower
The Economist

Kenya: Kenyans use coffins to protest corruption

Papua New Guinea: Battle to keep PNG ballot boxes safe
The Sydney Morning Herald

Senegal: Senegal’s Sall seeks parliament control for graft fight

Ukraine: Corruption blamed for AIDS non-treatment
Associated Press

USA: Two former Chicago politicians charged with corruption

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Vietnam: Vietnamese parents panicky about nation’s poor schools
The Washington Times

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Are we there yet? The World Bank's anti-corruption record

On the blog: Wanted: A replacement for "petty"

Topic - Governance   
Tags - Financial institutions   |   Vatican   |   Transparency   |   Vatican Bank   

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