Daily Corruption News (21 April 2015) - Transparency International

21 April 2015
Today's top story
Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka opposition demands anti-graft chief's sacking
Agence France-Presse
Sri Lanka's main opposition demanded Tuesday the country's anti-graft chief be sacked for summoning former president Mahinda Rajapakse to answer bribery allegations amid renewed uproar in parliament.

More news

Blogs and opinion
Global: The foreign-bribery sinkhole at justice
Wall Street Journal
Guatemala: Las líneas torcidas de Guatemala y el cinismo como política de Estado (The crooked lines of Guatemala and cynicism as state policy)
El Periódico (TI mention)
Maldives: A nation's dying democracy
The New York Times (TI mention)

News from Transparency International
Web feature: Speaking up safely against corruption in Europe
Web feature: Welcome to Transparency International’s new corruption in sport initiative

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