Daily Corruption News: 28 September 2012

Filed under - China

Posted 28 September 2012

Today's top story

China: China's Bo Xilai expelled and accused of corruption
BBC News

Top Chinese politician Bo Xilai has been expelled from the Communist Party and will face justice, state media say. Mr Bo, the ex-Communist Party leader in the city of Chongqing, is accused of abuse of power and corruption.

More news

Global: U.S. Libor probers said to seek London trader interviews

Global: Sepp Blatter tells FIFA anti-corruption advisers to curb public criticism of his colleagues
Associated Press

Puerto Rico: Ex-Puerto Rico senator pleads guilty to 93 corruption-related charges
Associated Press

Spain: El sistema electoral y el bipartidismo cimentan la corrupción en España (The electoral system and bipartisanship underpin corruption in Spain) (TI mention)
El País

Thailand: Thai interior minister quits amid land sales probe
Agence France-Presse

Blogs and opinion

Brazil: Corruption in Brazil: Worth the wait
The Economist

Uganda: Corruption may soon become a religion
The Observer

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Prison abuse protests: Georgia’s Abu Ghraib
Web feature: The right to know: a common concern for citizens and climate

Country / Territory - China   
Region - Asia Pacific   
Tags - Bo Xilai   |   Communist Party   

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