Daily Corruption News: 7 June 2012

Posted 7 June 2012

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Kazakhstan: Oil giants launch bribe probes
The Wall Street Journal

 Kazakhstan's Aksai City, a dusty outpost just across the border from Russia, is a key gateway for energy companies seeking to tap one of the country's richest oil and gas deposits, the Karachaganak field.



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Global: UEFA anti-corruption chief to step down
Financial Times

Mexico: Mexico accounting regulator says no fraud at Pemex
Reuters

Mongolia: Graft charges bar Mongolia ex-president from polls
Reuters

Montenegro: Djukanovic allegations may affect EU bid
Southeast European Times

Palestine: Palestinian court sentences Arafat aide in absentia
Reuters/TrustLaw

Philippines: Philippines risks joining money-laundering blacklist
Reuters

Spain: Spain's public prosecutor opens Bankia probe
Reuters



Multimedia of the week

South Africa: How South Africa’s secrecy bill would have affected some of the country’s top scoops
The Guardian



Blogs and opinion

Global: Doing the right thing after you’ve decided what is the right thing to do
TrustLaw

Russia: A bill that cracks down on Russian corruption
The Washington Post



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Corruption a pan-European problem – new report
Call for nominations: Corruption fighters wanted





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