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Investigations over Sarkozy corruption begins
ALjazeera - Prosecutors explore allegations former French president received illegal funds from Libya's ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi.Paris prosecutors have begun investigating whether the winning presidential campaign of former President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007 may have received illegal funding from Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's regime.The judicial investigation does not specify any suspect ...
World Bank mulls new ways to combat infrastructure corruption
WASHINGTON (TrustLaw) - The world needs $70 trillion in infrastructure spending by 2030 to achieve the World Bank’s goal of ending extreme poverty in a generation, a huge sum that can only be raised if governments partner with the private sector, a World Bank executive has said.This will present new ...
Egypt’s Mubarak remains locked up on corruption charges despite court ...
CAIRO — Egypt’s deposed President Hosni Mubarak will remain in custody on new corruption charges, despite a court order to release him before his retrial over the killing of protesters in the uprising against him, Egypt’s state news agency said Monday.The order by the Cairo Criminal Court followed Mubarak’s request ...
Calls to reduce the costs of Palestinian security and combat ...
During a meeting with the Palestinian Authority's (PA) Minister of Finance, Dr Nabeel Kassis, representatives from the private sector, academics, businessmen, and economists called for the reduction of government spending and deficit in the 2013 budget.The calls to decrease the PA deficit focused specifically on reducing the expenses and number ...
70% OF GOVERNMENTS FAIL TO PROTECT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE ...
NEW INDEX ALSO FINDS THAT HALF OF COUNTRIES DO NOT PUBLISH THEIR DEFENCE BUDGET, OR PROVIDE ONLY VERY LIMITED AGGREGATE INFORMATIONPosted 29 January 2013 by Transparency International UK Seventy per cent of countries leave the door open to waste and security threats as they lack the tools to prevent corruption in ...
Mubarak Denies Corruption and Defends His Legacy
CAIRO — Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian autocrat forced from power by the throngs in Tahrir Square two months ago, spoke for the first time since then in an audiotape broadcast on Sunday, denying that he and his family had amassed wealth overseas and defending his honor and legacyThe satellite network ...
Egypt ex-tourism minister gets 5 yrs for corruption
 CAIRO — Egypt's former tourism minister Zuheir Garranah was jailed for five years on Tuesday on charges of corruption, a justice source said.Garranah, who was sentenced along with two businessmen, was charged with wasting public funds worth 51 million dollars, after authorising the sale of state-owned land for well below ...
Corruption cost Arabs $1 trillion: report
 Persistent corruption and other financial malpractices have cost Arab countries nearly $1trillion, which otherwise could have largely boosted the per capita income of citizens, according to a regional anti-corruption group.The losses accounted for nearly a third of the total income earned by the Arab countries between 1950 and 2000, said ...
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