September 10, 2018

Živi Zid secretary general Tihomir Lukanić told reporters the party decided to report Jakovčić after media claims that he received fees both as a member and chairman of the supervisory board of Afarak, a company Lukanić said was owned by a man who presented himself as one of the strategic partners of the Uljanik shipbuilding […]

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HM Revenue Customs has admitted to letting “powerful” members of society – including celebrities – escape prosecution for financial crimes. The disclosure, reported on by The Times, came at a conference in Cambridge last week when Richard Las, a deputy director for HMRC, said criminal proceedings are not the “default option” for cases including tax […]

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Will Fitzgibbon The government of Algeria has launched a money-laundering investigation based on information revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists Panama Papers investigation. The investigation, which involves the abuse of a government-run milk powder subsidy program and laundering the proceeds from the scheme, was revealed in a decision by Switzerland’s Federal Court. The […]

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This article first appeared on The Conversation. Corruption has existed since the Egyptian dynasty and still persists in almost every country around the globe. After huge corruption scandals in Malaysia and Brazil, Indonesia has just witnessed one of its regions losing more than 90% of its councillors as they are implicated in graft cases. Looking […]

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