political corruption

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DADU: Mr Jatoi told journalists during a visit to Dadu that the reappointment of a person who was facing several corruption charges had sent out a clear message to public that the government was not sincere about curbing official corruption and was hell bent on destroying higher education in the province.
The film shot in the north of the country is about a man whose fight for justice exposes official corruption and has been seen as a scathing critique of contemporary Iranian society.
said Lagarde, who was convicted of "negligence" late last year as part of an official corruption scandal.
Navalny, who is mounting a long-shot bid to unseat Putin in an election next year, had called for mass protests in Moscow and other cities against official corruption.
The government has taken steps to combat official corruption, but it needs to continue to address judicial and prosecutorial corruption.
The ANC has ruled South Africa since the end of apartheid in 1994, but it faces growing threats from the left, from the right, and from within the party itself," explains David Adler for Foreign Affairs, as voters reject "economic stagnation, official corruption, and poor public services.
We are committed to rooting out foreign official corruption and preventing corrupt officials from enjoying their spoils in the United States.
Lintuan was known for his denunciations of official corruption and government wrongdoings on his radio program.
The case bears some resemblance to the official corruption that federal authorities found inside the fabled Panama Unit, a multiagency antinarcotics squad headquartered in the Rio Grande Valley and composed of officers from the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office and the Mission Police Department.
A case of official corruption involving SR22 million, allegedly committed by the chairman of a committee in Jazan, has been unearthed.
Analysts say that official corruption connected with government control of the economy, the state monopoly of some industries and a lack of social security for migrant workers are among reasons for the country's income imbalance, according to a report earlier this year by the People's Daily, the ruling Communist Party mouth-piece.
Over 70 percent of Chinese citizens support the death penalty in cases of official corruption, according to a November, 2014, poll conducted by the Social Survey Center of China Youth Daily.