Bottom Up Anti-Corruption / Sri Lanka turmoil / Pakistan corruption address

“Bottom Up” Corruption Prevention (Blog).  “A bottom up approach enables each agency to create and modify procedures in ways appropriately tailored to its activities, and to learn from one another’s successes and failures.”

Jennifer Widner and Tristan Dreisbach/Public Administration Review: https://www.publicadministrationreview.com/2018/10/23/698/

 

Bribery Accusations Deepen Turmoil in Sri Lanka.  Sri Lanka’s politics plunged into deeper turmoil when a majority of the country’s parliamentarians refused to recognize the appointment of the new prime minister amid rising tensions and accusations of millions of dollars in bribes.

Dharisha Bastians and Jeffrey Gettleman/The New York Times:https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/02/world/asia/sri-lanka-prime-minister-bribery-crisis.html

 

Corruption biggest hurdle in way of development: PM Khan. Prime Minister Imran Khan said ‘corrupt practices of the country’s political leaders’ were the biggest hurdle in way of development and that timely measures were needed to tackle the menace, in his address to the Central Party School of the Communist Party of China

Daily Times: https://dailytimes.com.pk/318441/corruption-biggest-hurdle-in-way-of-development-pm-khan/

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