Corruption

‘Something is rotten in the Kingdom of Denmark.’ Those familiar with Shakespeare’s play Hamlet will surely recognise the unmistakeable quote from the scene when the king and his men are drinking, laughing and dancing in the castle while Hamlet follows the ghost of his father and learns of the complex political intrigue and the corrupt […]

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LAHORE (Dunya News) – Donning shrouds, groups of women activists of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf have been cohered on Tuesday to take part in protest march, being purported as ‘Raiwind March’, against alleged corrupt government of Nawaz Sharif. To counter enthusiastsof Tehreek-e-Insaf, transgender community from Sialkot and other cities has reportedly geared up in support of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.  […]

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Imran Khan often gives example of Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson’s resignation after the name of Mr Gunnlaugsson appeared in the Panama Paper Leaks. Imran Khan always positions himself on high moral ground, such a position demands vigorous fact checking. A true leader should tell the complete story or at least provide the full […]

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Home » General News » Pakistan NAVEED BUTT Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday announced that `Raiwind march’ would take place on September 30 instead of September 24. “Raiwind is not anyone’s property. The PTI caravans from all over the country will start march towards Raiwind on September 30. PTI workers will welcome […]

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Opposition leader Simon Busuttil said this evening that a coalition against corruption was emerging, and he agreed with those who said that the forthcoming general election would be a contest between people of good will who wanted to stop corruption, and those who did not. Speaking at a PN event in the run-up to Independence […]

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The European Parliament’s snubbing of Leo Brincat’s nomination to the European Court of Auditors was, over and above the ridiculous blame game taking place within government circles, a source of major embarrassment for Malta. It is rendered even more embarrassing by the fact that Malta’s first nominee, Toni Abela, did not even make it through […]

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More than 300 journalists and speakers from 30 countries will be attending the second Asian Investigative Journalism Conference, 22-25 September, in Kathmandu, the largest ever-international media conference to be held in Nepal. The event is organised by the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) and co-hosted by the Kathmandu-based Centre for Investigative Journalism Nepal (CIJN), and […]

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Konrad Mizzi Malta could face political sanctions if Konrad Mizzi did not cooperate in a European Parliament investigation into the Panama Papers scandal, MEP Ana Gomes has warned. Ms Gomes, the deputy chairwoman of the committee tasked by the European Parliament to look into EU member states’ involvement in the Panama Papers, told the Times […]

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After the vote in the European Parliament committee, at which he was saved by Alfred Sant’s vote, as discovered by our sister Sunday paper, Leo Brincat faces today the vote by the entire European Parliament. We report today that the European People’s Party, the biggest group in the Parliament, decided to vote against Mr Brincat’s […]

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According to Transparency International, in Liberia, seven out of ten people pay a bribe to access basic healthcare and education, and 75 million people in sub-Saharan Africa paid a bribe in 2015. Corruption literally takes from the mouths of the poor to enrich those in power. The recent report of the United Nations Economic Commission […]

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Sonia Awale More than 300 journalists and speakers from 30 countries will be attending the second Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Kathmandu 22-25 September in Kathmandu, the largest ever-international media conference to be held in Nepal. The event is organised by the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) and co-hosted by the Kathmandu-based Centre for Investigative Journalism Nepal […]

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