Moneyval, the Council of Europe’s experts on anti-money laundering, is due to rule at the beginning of July on the whether the Holy See has managed to clean up its act and meet international monetary standards.
Corruption & Scams Are Regular Topics In Afghan TV Show
Raising corruption and scams with humor are regular topics in Afghan TV show which tries to make its episodes topical.
Spanish Protesters Want A Democracy That Works
Tens of thousands of Spanish protesters are camping out at the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid and directly challenging the government’s initiated ban against them.
Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew, A Rare Breed World Leader
Lee Kuan Yew, the first prime minister of Singapore after its independence is one of the rare breed of Asian leaders who has transformed his country from a third world tiny state into one of the richest economy in the world.
Mubarak Steps Down As The Egyptian People Roared In Jubilation
People power once again reigns supreme in Egypt as the Egyptian people roared in jubilation at Tahrir Square when they learned that President Hosni Mubarak has resigned.
A Wake Up Call For The Philippines In Its Fight Against Corruption
Of all the Transparency International (TI) watchdog indices, The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) seems to be the most controversial after some quarters questioned its validity, arguing that it should be evidenced based.