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Media advisory: Corruption Perceptions Index to be published on 25 January 2022

Transparency International to release 27th annual Corruption Perceptions Index on Tuesday, 25 January 2022 at 06:01 CET

The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is the leading global indicator of public sector corruption, providing an annual comparative snapshot of 180 countries and territories. The index for 2021 draws…

Friends of Angola and Transparency International welcome US sanctions against former officials in Angola

US government announces two different designations of sanctions against Isabel dos Santos, General Leopoldino Fragoso do Nascimento and General Manuel Hélder Vieira Dias Júnior to combat corruption

The United States announced on Thursday (9 December 2021) that Isabel dos Santos, former Chair of an Angolan state-owned oil company Sonangol, and two former senior government officials – General…

Transparency Maldives calls on authorities to recover all assets lost in the MMPRC corruption scandal and speed up investigation and prosecution

As new reporting continues to reveal new details of the 2014 MMPRC grand corruption scandal, too little progress has been made to bring perpetrators to justice

Last week, additional reporting stemming from the Pandora Papers revealed names of influential businessmen behind the secret deals in the MMPRC grand corruption scandal – one of whom is alleged to…

Summit for Democracy: First outcomes show promise

Welcoming US government announcement of key policy measures and increased financial support to accountability actors

Transparency International welcomes a string of US and multilateral initiatives announced as part of the Summit for Democracy, held on 9-10 December. From the release of the US anti-corruption…

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