Monthly Archives: Novembro 2012

Portugal atravessa "década negra" no combate à corrupção

Os investigadores e observadores estrangeiros que se pronunciaram no Índice de Perceção da Corrupção 2012 da “Transparency International” colocam Portugal numa posição estagnada e até regressiva, comparando os dados da última década. Jornal de Notícias

 

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Relvas rejeita acusações de interferência na RTP

No dia-a-dia da gestão da RTP, o ministro diz que separa com “disciplina militar” o seu papel de “acionista” das funções da administração da empresa. Expresso

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Countries need democratic institutions for long term anti-graft results, says TI head

Countries that are open and democratic are more likely to be free of corruption than those that are not, but elections alone do not guarantee a graft-free society, Cobus de Swardt, managing director of anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International said. Trust Law

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Rolls Faces Corruption Probe After Uncovering Malpractice

Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc (RR/), Europe’s largest maker of commercial aircraft and ship engines, said it unearthed possible wrongdoing in overseas business dealings and is under scrutiny by the U.K. Serious Fraud Office. Bloomberg

 

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Indonesia anti-graft agency snares its first minister, damages president

Indonesia’s first minister to be named a suspect in a bribery scandal resigned on Friday, becoming the highest profile victim of an increasingly aggressive push by the country’s anti-graft body to take on rampant institutional corruption. Reuters

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Africa to the West: Hold big banks to account for corruption – Githongo

The global financial crisis, by revealing the complicity of huge financial firms in fraudulent and corrupt activities, has caused anti-corruption campaigners in Africa to rethink their strategies and start demanding greater accountability from the West… Trust Law

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