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Corruption feeds organised crime and organised crime feeds corruption

Julia Muravska of Transparency International’s Defence and Security Programme takes a look at the links between organised crime and corruption. “Corruption feeds organised crime and organised crime feeds corruption.” This is one of the key points made by Transparency International UK’s Defence and Security Programme in its ‘Organised crime, corruption, and the vulnerability of defence […]

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Corruption challenges wait for Peru’s new government

Samuel Rotta Castilla, Project Coordinator for Transparency International’s Peru chapter, Proética, talks about the risks of staying offside, or the challenges of corruption for Ollanta Humala’s new government. During the past ten years, the Peruvian governments’ efforts to tackle corruption appear to have gone astray. Initially, after the fall of Fujimori, there was a strong […]

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Fujimori: “I accept”

I’m innocent! These were the arrogant and carefree words used by Alberto Fujimori in December of 2007 when the trial against him began for grave human rights violations – including murders, kidnappings and torture – committed during the years in which Peru was under the control of the criminal organisation which he lead as President […]

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