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Simon Bolívar, Venezuela’s founding father after whom Hugo Chaves named his “revolution” and renamed the country, said in 1819: “Nothing is as dangerous as allowing the same citizen to remain in power for a long time… That’s the origin of usurpation and tyranny”. Chaves’ take on that? He’s getting presidential term limits abolished. In an election…Details
The Global Integrity Report: 2008 covered more countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) than ever before; among the Report’s key findings is that the most significant anti-corruption performance lag in much of MENA is not elections, but poor access to government information. While there are a small number of success stories in…Details
The Global Integrity Report is a bottom-up assessment of what’s working, what’s failed and why in anti-corruption efforts worldwide. The Global Integrity Report: 2008, released today, includes new reporting on national anti-corruption practices in 57 countries, including first ever reports on Iraq and Somalia. This post has highlights from the 2008 reports and links to…Details
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You can hear Nathaniel Heller’s briefing and Q&A; here: Press Call Audio (mp3 format) The Global Integrity Report: 2008 conference call has concluded. If you missed it, we’re happy to take media calls at +1 202.449.4100 or respond to questions at [email protected].Details