Informe Global de la Corrupción 2007: Corrupción en sistemas judiciales

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Global Corruption Report published 24 May 2007
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El Informe Global de la Corrupción 2007 (IGC) de Transparency International (TI) reúne a académicos, juristas y sociedad civil alrededor del mundo con el fin de examinar cómo, por qué y en qué etapa la corrupción puede dañar a los procesos judiciales. Asimismo trata de reflejar posibles formas de remediar aquellos sistemas corruptos. El IGC 2007 está enfocado en jueces y cortes, situándolos dentro de un sistema de justicia amplio y explorando el impacto que la corrupción judicial tiene sobre los derechos humanos, el desarrollo económico y la gobernabilidad.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - Spanish   
Topic - Judiciary   

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