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Spain’s new law on transparency a good first step
November 5th, 2013
Cross posted from Transparency International’s Space for Transparency Blog. After a summer of corruption scandals in Spanish politics, the country’s Congress passed a new piece of legislation on transparency and access to information this September. Public tolerance for corruption had reached boiling point with companies, parties and even the royal family seemingly acting with impunity after graft allegations. The new legislation is now headed for the Senate, where it will be debated before coming into effect.
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