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Croatia: Fight Against Corruption And President’s Important Step In Earnest Protection Of Whistleblowers

Those who are brave enough to expose corruption, fraud and similar criminal deeds should enjoy a privileged status in any society especially the one where corruption and fraud are seen as major stumbling blocks of economic prosperity and opportunity for individuals to progress in life on their merit and positive contribution to society. 1.013 kata lagi

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a Happy Holiday and a joyful New Year. Best wishes from your friends at PGCPSMESS! We appreciate working with you and hope that the holidays and the coming year will bring you happiness and success. 9 kata lagi

Fight Against Corruption

Fight Against Corruption by Blair Gaulton

Fight Against Corruption
Burnt pots and pans
with holes and drill bits
protruding out of them
from diverse angles
in a pool of vinegar
with scattered bits of baking soda… 12 kata lagi

Poetry

International Anti-Corruption Day.

The United Nations’ (UN) International Anti-Corruption Day aims to raise public awareness of corruption and what people can do to fight it. It is observed on December 9 each year. 778 kata lagi

Fight Against Corruption

BBC News - Kabul Bank fraud: Ghani reopens Afghan corruption case

Kabul, 1 October 2014. Afghanistan’s new leader is resuming the investigation into a banking fraud said to be one of the world’s largest.

Ashraf Ghani said reopening the Kabul Bank inquiry was the first step in a fight against corruption. 299 kata lagi

News

Most of Us Work in Anti-Corruption

One way or another, most of us work in anti-corruption. As part of law enforcement, as government employees, as members of the private sector, community groups and even in families – at one time or another, almost all of us are involved in trying to make things better. 205 kata lagi

Corruption

THE WAY WE FIGHT CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

FIGHTING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

By the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), when a person is accused of any crime or offence, he or she is presumed innocent until the contrary is proved. 656 kata lagi