Daily Corruption News: 29 March 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 29 March 2016

Today's top story

Egypt: Egypt dismisses top auditor after estimating corruption
Associated Press

Egypt's state-run news agency says the president has dismissed the country's top auditor who earlier had said corruption has cost the country billions of dollars.



More news

Global: Fifa corruption: Ex-Honduran president Callejas admits charges
BBC

Brazil: ‘Lula,’ ex-president of Brazil, lashes out at judge overseeing corruption inquiry
The New York Times

Cambodia: Cambodia’s international rankings in spotlight
The Cambodia Daily

China: China's premier outlines more action against corruption
Reuters

Pakistan: Pakistani property tycoon eyes media move to protect his name
Reuters

Russia: Putin faces ‘information attack’ on wealth, friends, Russia says
Bloomberg

US: Marco Rubio’s secret (money) legacy
Politico

Venezuela: Venezuela PDVSA reiterates it is victim of corruption smear campaign
Reuters



Blogs and opinion

Global: How Africans underdevelop Africa
Daily Trust (TI mention)

Global: Luces y sombras, por José Ugaz (Lights and shadows by José Ugaz)
El Comercio (TI mention)



News from Transparency International

On the blog: Why open data can stop corruption
Press release: Separate powers of Attorney General and Public Prosecutor to restore trust in Malaysian judiciary





Country / Territory - Egypt   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Access to information   |   Governance   |   Law enforcement   |   Politics and government   

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