Ethical Alliance Daily News - 10 Oct 2016


 

United States: Ex-Costa Rican soccer chief Li pleads guilty in U.S. bribery case
Oct 10, 2016 07:00 pm
A former Costa Rican soccer federation president charged in a U.S. corruption probe involving the sport’s global governing body FIFA pleaded guilty on Friday, admitting he took hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes. Eduardo Li, also an ex-member of […]
Bai Enpei, a former member of the country’s top legislative body, the National People’s Congress (NPC), was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve for bribery, a court in Henan province said Sunday. In an unusual move, the court also […]
For over five years, two senior officials in Sabah’s water department awarded contracts to their proxies, pocketing 60 per cent of the funds earmarked by the federal government to improve water supply to residents, including those in remote villages, in […]
Sales of groceries have increased, as more office workers begin to have dinner with their families since an anti-graft law was implemented Sept. 28, an E-mart official said Sunday. According to Korea’s largest discount chain, total sales from Sept. 28 […]
The No 2 at the Independent Commission Against Corruption tendered his resignation just four days after he took over from his demoted yet well-respected ­predecessor. In this month’s edition of ICAC Post , the official publication of the graft-buster, Ricky […]
Raids targeting senior Nigerian judges carried out by the country’s security agency were part of an anti-corruption drive and were not an attack on the judiciary, a spokesman for President Muhammadu Buhari said on Sunday. The Department of State Services […]

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