Last week the Moscow City Prosecutor’s Office sent to Transparency International Russia an official warning to register as a foreign agent. This came because the Prosecutor said TI Russia was shaping public opinion about government policies in the field of law enforcement and had an impact on the adoption by State institutions of laws and […]
This post was originally published in TI-UK‘s blog. Is there an assault being mounted to undermine the Bribery Act – before it has had a chance to take effect? Anecdotal evidence suggests this is the case – one visible sign is a recent letter to the FT (FT Letters, March 18th). I have some sympathy for the concerns expressed […]
The following is a post by Chandrashekar Krishnan, the Executive Director of TI-UK. In the wake of intense last-minute lobbying, reinforced by negative and misleading coverage in some quarters of the media, the commencement of the UK Bribery Act has again been delayed. The Act was originally scheduled to come into force in April following […]
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