Daily Corruption News: 30 March 2016

Filed under - Law enforcement

Posted 30 March 2016

Today's top story

Global: Inside the battle against global corruption
Huffington Post (TI mention)

Crooked political leaders are often enabled by international corporations like Unaoil, which greased government officials’ pockets across North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia to secure lucrative contracts.



More news

Global: The rise and fall of Tim Leissner, Goldman's big man in Malaysia
Bloomberg

Global: Transparency absent at all levels of climate fund disbursement
Dhaka Tribune (TI mention)

China: China court sentences vice governor to 12 years for corruption
Press Trust of India

France: Stung by large U.S. fines, France to tighten anti-corruption laws
Reuters

Israel: Israeli AG opens investigation into Deri corruption allegations
Ynetnews

Vanuatu: Vanuatu look overseas to fill police head post
RNZ (TI mention)



Blogs and opinion

Greece: Debate on corruption in Greek parliament left us none the wiser
Greek Reporter

Spain: Madrid's plan to end municipal corruption
CityLab



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





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