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Swiss justice recognizes embezzlement in

This is a mistake that could cost Israeli businessman Dan Gertler dearly. In an arbitration proceeding, the latter used a document indicating that he handed over nearly $ 380 million in bribes to Congolese officials. with our special correspondent in Kinshasa, Sonia RolleyThis is in fact what the investigators from the British…

corruption condemned at all levels

Reflection Day, this Saturday, July 17, for the residents of Sao Tome and Principe, this archipelago off Gabon. They are preparing to elect their new president on Sunday. The campaign ended on Friday. Nineteen candidates are participating. With the special envoy from the Portuguese-speaking editorial staff of RFI, Neidy…

a report from the Spending Observatory

In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Observatory for Public Expenditure (ODEP), a Congolese non-governmental organization, is concerned about the lack of improvement in governance since the change of state. Félix Tshisekedi, succeeded Joseph Kabila, but the poor management of public finances "remains and deteriorates" in violation of the eradication of poverty and social development, says NGO.…

South Africa’s Zuma surrenders to police

Former South African President Jacob Zuma surrendered to police on Wednesday to begin 15 months in jail for contempt of court, culminating in a lengthy legal drama seen as a test of the post-apartheid state's ability to enforce the rule of law. Police spokesman Lirandzu Themba confirmed in a statement that Zuma was in police custody, in accordance with the ruling of the Constitutional Court. The Department of Correctional Services said in a separate statement that Zuma was admitted to the Estcourt…

South Africa’s Zuma surrenders to police for

Former South African President Jacob Zuma turned himself in to police early on Thursday to begin serving a 15-month sentence. Just minutes before the deadline for the police arrest at midnight, Zuma left his home in Nkandla in a convoy of vehicles. Zuma surrendered to authorities to obey the country's highest court, the Constitutional Court, that he would serve time in prison for contempt. "President Zuma has decided to comply with the prison order. He is about to enter a prison facility in KZN…

the legislation on anti-corruption facilities undoubtedly

One year after the presentation on the half cycle, the project reforming the Anti-Corruption Poles Act (PAC) was finally adopted by the National Assembly on the evening of Wednesday 30 June. At second reading, MEPs approved the text after the Senate had tabled two amendments. A reform that has been repeatedly criticized by civil society for which the text would weaken jurisdiction.…

fired gets the head of the fight against corruption

The surprise dismissal of Imed Boukhris, president of the National Authority for the Fight against Corruption (INLUCC), has sparked criticism of Hicham Mechichi, the prime minister. A few hours after his removal, Imed Boukhris was received by President Kaïs Saïed. Who shows disagrees with his prime minister and believes he has not respected the procedures. In a video published on the official page of…

the creation of a national alliance to fight

Mauritania has launched its first national anti-corruption alliance. It was created on Sunday night at the end of a congress in Nouakchott International Center and has set the task of shedding light on the public funds that are probably being misused during the ten years of President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz. with our…

The Goma Volcanological Observatory failed to do so

In Goma, after the shock caused by the sudden eruption of Nyiragongo on the evening of Saturday, May 22, which killed about twenty people and injured several towns, and especially Buhene, it is time for questions. In particular, to know why the Goma Volcanological Observatory, which is responsible for monitoring and warning of the slightest problem, could not fulfill its role.…

Hirshabelle accuses FGS of blocking donor funds for floods in Somalia

Hirshabelle accuses FGS of blocking donor funds for floods in Somalia MOGADISHU, Somalia - Hirshabelle state, which has shut hyperlinks to Villa Somalia, has now accused brokers in Mogadishu of blocking donor funds meant to mitigate floods in central Somalia amid the continued humanitarian disaster within the area. A flood cupboard cupboard on Wednesday accused the Treasury and the…

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