Daily Corruption News: 4 January 2016

Filed under - Law enforcement

Posted 4 January 2016

Today's top story

Romania: Book 'em: the loophole undermining Romania's anti-corruption drive
The Guardian

Publishing a book of scientific value can shave 30 days off a jail term – but no one is evaluating the results of the many white-collar inmates exploiting law.



More news

Global: French-US art dynasty in multi-billion squabble
Agence France-Presse

Global: U.S. seeks key figure in Honduran money laundering case
Reuters

China: China's anti-graft watchdog says anti-corruption campaign is being 'undermined' at local level
International Business Times

Indonesia: Jokowi's push for 2016 tax amnesty plan kick-off seen as flawed
Bloomberg

Malaysia: Anti-graft chief says won’t be pressured into resigning
The Malaysian Insider

Nigeria: Nigeria: Corruption thrives at Nigeria's borders
Daily Trust

US: State Elections boss expects more pols hit with criminal charges in 2016
New York Daily News



Blogs and opinion

Global: Latin America has had it with corruption
The San Diego Union-Tribune

Ukraine: Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko must bring corrupt officials to book
Irish Examiner



News from Transparency International

On the web: Investigative journalism: uncovering corruption
Press release: Transparency International and MENA chapters lament lack of progress on asset recovery in Arab world





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