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Monday News Muse 08 August 2016

CORRUPTION KENYA sent home a senior athletics official who accompanied the national team to the Rio Olympics. The official was allegedly filmed soliciting bribes from athletes for advance information about their drug tests. THE UK’s Serious Fraud Office is investigating allegations of foreign bribery at airplane maker Airbus. CRIMINAL LAW HERE is a mock-serious look […]

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Monday News Muse 01 August 2016

CORRUPTION Corruption is rife in Egyptian state ministries, with the Ministry of Health leading the way, accoding to a report by an Egyptian NGO. On the eve of a military a campaign to liberate Mosul from the Islamic State/Daesh, the Iraqi Prime Minister has ordered a probe into alleged corruption in government weapons procurement deals. […]

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Monday News Muse 25 April 2016

CORRUPTION ACCORDING to an Indonesian government minister, wives’ demands for ‘material things’ are to blame for government corruption. The ‘blame it on the wife’ defence still does wonders for dirty politicians: I still remember a year ago when Virginia’s ex-Governor McDonnell was charged with corruption offences. He based much of his defence on the ‘material […]

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Friday News Flip 22 April 2016

CORRUPTION Here’s more on the bribery scandal affecting Australian company Leightons. $15 million was allegedly paid to a Dubai ‘consultant’. Yes…we consultants have a bad name in anti-corruption circles. Former Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau failed to stop a corruption case against him proceeding. Pakistan’s military has dismissed 2 generals, 3 colonels and a brigadier for […]