Daily Corruption News from Transparency International - 13 May 2016

13 May 2016
There will be no Daily Corruption News on Monday, 16 May 2016. The next edition will be published on 17 May 2016.
Today's top story
UK: Super-rich may quit London homes under new anti-corruption rules
The Guardian
Super-rich international investors in London property are likely to sell off some of their mansions and penthouses after the introduction of anti-corruption rules cracking down on offshore secrecy, a leading estate agent has said.

More news
Global: Por qué América Latina puede ser un ejemplo anticorrupción para el mundo (Why Latin America could be an anti-corruption example for the world)
BBC Mundo (TI mention)
Global: Dick Pound promises IOC will not hinder Tokyo 2020 corruption inquiry
The Guardian
Bulgaria: Bulgaria's anti-graft draft law fails to make it past committee
Novinite
China: Former top Chinese official indicted on corruption charges
Los Angeles Times
Honduras: Transparencia Internacional pide protección a depuradores policiales (Transparency International calls for protection of those who work to clean-up the police force)
La Prensa (TI mention)
Uganda: Walkout over court comments mars Uganda president's inauguration
Reuters

Blogs and opinion

News from Transparency International
On the blog: U.S. response to the Panama Papers: A step in the right direction but more action is needed
Feature: The Anti-Corruption Summit: Now the hard work begins

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