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Why Deltour verdict must not be forgotten in transparency fight
March 16th, 2017
Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet have been tried again. And convicted again. After losing a trial last year for their role in LuxLeaks, a scandal that exposed secret tax deals concocted between multinational corporations and the government of Luxembourg, the two were re-tried this year (along with journalist Edouard Perrin, who escaped conviction). While the new sentences were reduced
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Can transparency exist behind closed doors?
March 20th, 2015
2080966871_c08901a22d_z Lately, we've had quite a few reasons to get outraged as global citizens, especially when looking at the financial system, which seems all too well rigged in favor of a small, wealthy elite. We've learned of secret tax deals undoubtedly concocted in ominously tall office buildings between some of the worlds biggest companies and a tax haven; and we've also learned of billions of dollars that were being held by a Swiss bank by the world's wealthiest, amid claims that the bank was helping many of these people...
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Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnonghen, has announced several reforms aimed at combatting #corruption. https://t.co/mE1Z5qV8rr
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