170701, Anti-Corruption Laws around the World Michel van Hulten: Most useful! Most useful for anyone studying the corruption phenomenon in 46 countries (jurisdictions) around the world is the ‘Global Overview’ published by the law-company Baker McKenzie (one of the largest in the world). Go to the website of Global Compliance News (as given below) … Lees meer
Corruptie in het nieuws.
170607 From Bribes to shell companies Frank Vogl GRAND CORPORATE CORRUPTION TAKES MANY FORMS: FROM BRIBES TO FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS FOR CONTRACTS AND LICENSES TO THE MULTIPLE USES OF SHELL COMPANIES TO HIDE TRANSNATIONAL ILLICIT TRADE IF CIVIL SOCIETY DOES NOT LEAD THE CHARGE AGAINST BUSINESS CORRUPTION, THEN NOBODY WILL Who is Frank Vogl ? … Lees meer
170504, LIBE on 2nd Anti-Corruption Report After the disappointing answers by EU-Commissioner Frans Timmermans in the AFCO-session given to MEP Sven Giegold on 3 May 2017 about the suspension of publication of the 2nd EU Anti-Corruption Report (already delayed since Spring 2016) a more positive outcome could be observed in the LIBE-meeting a day later. … Lees meer
170505, Info from the AFCO-session on 3 May 2017 EU-Commissioner Frans Timmermans: ‘we decided not to do a second corruption report‘. On the 3rd of May, 2017, EU-Commissioner Frans Timmermans speaking on behalf of the European Commission in the European Parliament’s Commission of Constitutional Affairs (AFCO-session from 17:16 – 18:22) was very clear in … Lees meer
Europa, schaf rapportage van anticorruptiebeleid niet af TROUW DONDERDAG 4 MEI 2017 Willeke Slingerland, docent/onderzoeker aan hogeschool Saxion. Promoveert aan de VU Amsterdam op netwerkcorruptie Corruptie is complex en veelal gelinkt aan andere serieuze misdrijven zoals drugs- en mensenhandel In stilte besloot de Europese Commissie haar anticorruptierapport, het hart van het anticorruptie – beleid van … Lees meer
170510, Scholars call EU-EC to continue Anti-Corruption Report‘ + + This information is partly in English, in German and in Dutch, please scroll. The question is: what is happening in Brussels as apparently the European Commission stops reporting on corruption. Why? See hereafter (1) some … Lees meer