Daily Corruption News: 29 May 2012

Posted 29 May 2012

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Philippines: Philippines senate ousts top court chief on charges of hiding wealth
The Wall Street Journal

The Philippines Senate voted Tuesday to dismiss the chief of the country's Supreme Court for masking millions of dollars in assets, giving a boost to President Benigno Aquino III's two-year-long anticorruption campaign.



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Global: War crimes prosecutor set to tackle corruption
France24

China: China’s Communist party expels former railways minister
The Associated Press

Egypt: Former Mubarak aide jailed for corruption
Al Jazeera

Italy: Lazio captain arrested in match-fixing investigation
BBC

UK: U.K. Police add money laundering to phone hacking probe
Bloomberg



Multimedia of the week

Nigeria: Pressure mounts to stop fuel corruption in Nigeria
BBC



Blogs and opinion

Russia: Corruption turns Russians radical
The Washington Post (TI Mention)



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Reporting corruption in Latin America
Upcoming event: How corrupt is Europe? New report on 6 June





Country / Territory - Philippines   
Region - Asia Pacific   
Topic - Judiciary   
Tags - Judiciary   |   asset disclosure   |   Philippines   

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