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Money Laundering and the Luxembourg Connection

And You Thought it Was the French Connection

by Scott Zwartz

    How to Spot Money Laundering

  in the Courts 

      It starts with the general observation — If something is too good to be true, then it isn’t true. 1,372 more words

Where are the women judges in India's courts? - Sanjeev Nayyar

“A November 2015 India Today report shares some interesting facts, ‘There are just 62 (9.2 per cent) women judges compared to 611 male judges (in high courts) in the entire country. 1,300 more words

India

Guest Post: Curbing Judicial Corruption To Make “Justice For All” a Reality

Elodie Beth, Asia-Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), submits the following guest post: Judicial corruption is a serious problem, one that threatens further progress on a range of other good governance and institution-building initiatives. 20 more words

HumanRights

Guest Post: Curbing Judicial Corruption To Make “Justice For All” a Reality

Elodie Beth, Asia-Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), submits the following guest post: Judicial corruption is a serious problem, one that threatens further progress on a range of other good governance and institution-building initiatives. 20 more words

HumanRights

Guest Post: Curbing Judicial Corruption To Make "Justice For All" a Reality

Elodie Beth, Asia-Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), submits the following guest post:

Judicial corruption is a serious problem, one that threatens further progress on a range of other good governance and institution-building initiatives. 818 more words

Guest Commentary

Whistleblower David Walter being persecuted for court costs, unpaid rates across QLD

CALLING ALL PATRIOTS TO TRAVEL TO HERBERTON IN FAR NORTH QLD – urgent unlawful State Government seizure of house and land. David Walter needs 1000 able men prepared to help prevent the unlawful seizure of his property by Queensland Inc. 645 more words

People Control

CICIG's Achilles Heel: Suggestions for Reforming the Guatemalan Judiciary

In 2015, an innovative institution in Guatemala—the International Commission Against Impunity (CICIG)—got a lot of attention (including from me on this blog). Among CICIG’s triumphs last year were the resignations and arrests of former Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina and Vice President Roxanna Baldetti on corruption-related charges following a… 782 more words

Commentary