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Afghanistan Financial Intelligence Unit annual report now available online. The Afghanistan Government's Financial Intelligence Unit (also know as FinTRACA) has released its annual report for fiscal year 1396 (2017).
To view or download the report, please click here: http://fintraca.gov.af/Report.html
Thank you to Nesar Yosufzai, CAMS, Director General, Financial Intelligence Unit (FinTRACA), Afghanistan, for sharing this information.

State officials the most corrupt in 2017 says Indonesian anti-graft agency. The majority of individuals arrested by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in 2017 were high echelon state officials, the anti-graft body has reported.
Kharishar Kahfi/The Jakarta Post: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/12/27/state-officials-the-most-corrupt-in-2017-kpk.html
Thank you to Adhi Setyo Tamtomo, Head of Multilateral Cooperation, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK),  Republic of Indonesia, for sharing this information.

New World Bank/Nordic Trust Fund Report. Geared to both international actors and civil society, this report by Shaazka Beyerle, David Janoff, Marco Larizza and Berenike Schott offers a power analysis, active human rights framework, and takeaways about countering corruption and improving development outcomes, with case studies from Afghanistan, Paraguay and Serbia.
The World Bank: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/278701500571128996/Citizens-as-drivers-of-change-how-citizens-practice-human-rights-to-engage-with-the-state-and-promote-transparency-and-accountability
Thank you to Shaazka Beyerle, 2017 Jennings Randolph senior fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace, for sharing this information.

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