Tuesday, December 1, 2015


“The problem is the sustainability of anti-corruption efforts”
Stefan Sprinckmöller

Interview with Dr. José Ugaz, President of Transparency International — Part II

This is the second part of the interview with the Peruvian jurist José Ugaz, President of Transparency International (TI), an organization that seeks to combat corruption worldwide, granted to Stefan Paul Sprinckmöller Alayza, Latinamerica Press collaborator.see more
BRAZILProgress in the fight against corruption
Jos Pedro Martins
Strengthening of new mechanisms and tools of citizen action against corruption allows consolidation of democracy.. see more
CHILEWidespread corruption in the political sphere
Arnaldo Pérez Guerra
Large economic groups “invest” in political campaigns to obtain privileges and prevent necessary economic and social changes.. see more
GUATEMALAA unique approach to tackling corruption and impunity
Louisa Reynolds
CICIG has made impressive achievements in dismantling corruption networks and bring to justice two former presidents.. see more
LATIN AMERICA“Corruption kills”
Stefan Sprinckmöller
Interview with Dr. José Ugaz, President of Transparency International — Part 1. see more
HONDURASToward strengthening the fight against corruption
Héctor Maradiaga, Jennifer Ávila
OAS-endorsed Support Mission Against Corruption and Impunity launches.. see more
HAITIResistance against mining activity gets stronger
Milo Milfort
Civil society organizations oppose bill that would relax requirements for mining.. see more
MEXICOMonsanto banned from producing genetically-modified soy
Latinamerica Press
The Supreme Court nullified the authorization granted by the executive branch to cultivate genetically-modified soy in Campeche and Yucatán. . see more
PERUState will compensate victims of forced sterilization
Latinamerica Press
Government orders creation of the Registry of Victims of Forced Sterilizations to record violations that occurred between 1995 and 2001.. see more
MEXICO“There is a systematic attack on the rural teachers college of Ayotzinapa”
Carmen Herrera
Interview with human rights lawyer Maribel González Pedro. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANLabor market affected by economic downturn
Latinamerica Press
Unfavorable prospects for growth in the region will be reflected in rising unemployment.. see more

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