Daily Corruption News: 2 November 2015

Filed under - Media

Posted 2 November 2015

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China: China to prosecute former Xinjiang party newspaper editor over graft, political messaging
Associated Press

China plans to prosecute the former editor of the official Communist Party newspaper in the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang, saying he was corrupt and out of step with government policy.

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Australia: Crime and Corruption Commission targets privately funded Queensland Police anti-fraud project
ABC News

China: Head of China's AgBank taken away to assist in probe - Bloomberg

Israel: Police: 'Vast sums of public money' at center of massive graft case against Netivei Israel
The Jerusalem Post

Malaysia: Policeman found guilty of bribery

Russia: International anti-corruption efforts should be coordinated - Kremlin

Slovakia: Three Košice University employees accused of bribery
The Slovak Spectator

Ukraine: Kiev tries to control Ukraine’s anti-corruption bodies - Transparency Int'l
Sputnik (TI mention)

Zimbabwe: 2 Zimra officials for up for $70k bribery
The Herald

Blogs and opinion

China: One-child policy latest victim of China’s anti-corruption drive
Global Risk Insights

US: In two corruption cases, the culture of Albany will go on trial
The New York Times

News from Transparency International

On the web: Asset recovery: Where are we now?
Press release: Transparency International Statement on the Open Government Partnership at the OGP Summit 2015

Country / Territory - China   
Region - Asia Pacific   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Law enforcement   |   Media   |   Politics and government   

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