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Controversial Ghana Agyapa deal goes to regional ECOWAS court

Anti-corruption civil society is challenging the government’s controversial Gold Royalties Deal, currently on hold, in ECOWAS Court of Justice

Today the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Court of Justice heard a case to determine whether the government of Ghana had violated the rights of its people by proposing to sell the…

Transatlantic task force to track Russian dirty money has critical role

Although it comes regrettably late, key leading economies are stepping up to identify kleptocrats’ assets. Transparency International shares recommendations to speed the task force’s effectiveness

Transparency International, its EU and US offices, and six national chapters in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and the UK commend measures announced to find and seize dirty money after…

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