Daily Corruption News: 5 February 2016

Filed under - Politics and government

Posted 5 February 2016

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Brazil: Brazil president testifies on alleged bribery scheme
Associated Press

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff told a federal judge on Thursday that she knew nothing of an alleged scheme to pay bribes in exchange for tax benefits for the auto and other industries.

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Global: Suspended U.N. diplomat lacks immunity from U.S. bribe case: judge

Bangladesh: Speak up against corruption
The Daily Star (TI mention)

Bosnia and Herzegovina: U.S. senator warns of 'worsening corruption' in Bosnia
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

China: Chinese anti-corruption agency warns of 'major problems' in financial sector
CNN Money

Greece: After 11 years on the job, Greece’s anti-corruption tsar retires
Financial Times

Kenya: Kenya commission wants tribunal to probe judge, nation says

Malaysia: Malaysia's anti-graft efforts haven't put investors at ease

Blogs and opinion

Ukraine: Brian Bonner: Poroshenko becoming another Yanukovych
Kyiv Post

News from Transparency International

On the web: Corruption Perceptions Index 2015
Press release: House and Senate introduce legislation promoting transparency in beneficial ownership of US companies

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