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#Corrupt

From The42 OCI presidency candidate claims 'five or six' sports federations have colluded ahead of vote Corrupt

OCI presidency candidate claims 'five or six' sports federations have colluded ahead of vote

Bernard O’Byrne has attacked the lack of transparency and openness before tomorrow’s ballot.

From TheJournal.ie 'I hated corrupt officials but I became one in the end': Chinese documentary is a hit with viewing public Show Trials

'I hated corrupt officials but I became one in the end': Chinese documentary is a hit with viewing public

Critics have accused the show of lacking transparency and acting as a political tool for the country’s current leader.

From TheJournal.ie Man who allegedly harassed a garda considers himself a 'whistleblower', court hears Courts

Man who allegedly harassed a garda considers himself a 'whistleblower', court hears

Sean Carracher used websites to allege that Sergeant Conor Gilmartin was corrupt.

From TheJournal.ie Uganda commits to repaying €4m in misappropriated Irish Aid funds Uganda

Uganda commits to repaying €4m in misappropriated Irish Aid funds

Two senior government officials are on remand facing prosecution, while 17 have been suspended without pay while investigations continue into the misappropriation.

From TheJournal.ie Pensions of corrupt politicians 'could be cut off' - junior minister Mahon

Pensions of corrupt politicians 'could be cut off' - junior minister

Joe Costello said a constitutional amendment could halt payments to politicians named as corrupt by the Mahon Tribunal.