Wednesday, 28 September , 2022

Corruption

Israeli Police to Recommend Indicting Netanyahu

By Carlos Ballesteros 8/2/2017 Israeli police will recommend indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges, the premier confirmed on Wednesday. Netanyahu said he remained confident that he won’t...

Qui sont les vrais pilleurs de l’Afrique et du Congo ?

Par Tony Busselen 20 Jan 2018 « Les dirigeants africains sont les nouveaux pilleurs coloniaux d’aujourd’hui » titrait récemment un site néerlandais. Un ami belge, observateur du Congo,...

The Election Fraud in Honduras Follows Decades of Corruption Funded By...

Danielle Marie Mackey December 23 2017 On the night of December 2, 2017, a Honduran woman in the rural province of Olancho was protesting what she...

How Xi Jinping’s presidency was shaped by traumas of Mao and...

Centrist approach to reform of China’s society and party comes from study of where two communist leaders went wrong By Simon Denyer Friday 6 March 2015 To...

Americans fear US politicians more than Kim Jong Un

By Jacob Passy These days, Dorothy’s classic phrase from “The Wizard of Oz” would go something like this: “Politicians and pollution and World War III,...

Protesters call for PM to resign after Netanyahu derides anti-corruption demos

Hundreds gather near attorney general's home in Petah Tikva in latest weekly demonstration calling for premier's indictment By Alexander Fulbright Hundreds of protesters demonstrated on...

Government Purge in the Russian Federation? Putin Orders Arrest of Minister...

Russian official sources say that Uliukaev extorted a $2 million bribe for an assessment that led to the acquisition by Rosneft (a state run Russian oil giant) of a 50% stake in Bashneft (another oil giant). Apparently, Uliukaev tried to threaten Igor Sechin, the President of Rosneft and a person considered close to Vladimir Putin and the Russian security and intelligence services.

Anti-corruption lesson from the hub of illicit money

Ignoring the fact that millions of pounds have been laundered in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron prefers using the discourse of "look at...