free from fraud

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She also expressed her dissatisfaction with recent competitions and the reputation of current competitions, adding that she hopes that the picture will change and that competitions will be free from fraud.
I am disturbed by the notion being bruited about that a government-to-government (G-to-G) contract for the procurement of anything, be it rice or weapons system, is free from fraud.
Alvi added that rigging would not be tolerated and that next elections must be free from fraud.
The deputy head of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, Essam El-Erian, has told Al-Hayat daily newspaper that high voter turnout rates in Egypt's first post-Mubarak parliamentary elections are a great success for the country, and that the elections were free from fraud.
Hasina won office in 2009 after a landslide victory in an election that was free from fraud.
It claimed that it reviews thousands of pieces of content every day to keep the site safe and free from fraud.
Newcastle is virtually free from fraud but if you have an increase in postal voting you have to make the system more secure.
The American people, as both taxpayers and consumers, expect our health care system to be free from fraud and corruption," said U.
Coun John Alden (Con Harborne), the scrutiny committee's chairman, said the council had to take the allegations seriously and make sure future elections were fair and free from fraud.
We have a standardized financial process that offers reasonable assurances that payments will be correct and free from fraud and error.
But if the auditors had ended their analysis after seeing that, collectively, the numbers followed Benford's law, they might erroneously have concluded the company's purchasing was free from fraud.