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12122007

PAYS PARMI LES PLUS CORROMPUS AU MONDE : Le Sénégal peine à sortir de la liste rouge


Avec
le Cameroun, le Nigeria, le Ghana et l’Afrique du sud, le Sénégal a été
épinglé une fois encore, cette année, par le rapport de l’Ong
Transparency International. Dans un document intitulé « Le Baromètre de
la corruption dans le monde en 2007 », le pays du président Wade,
 
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08122007

L'Ong Transparency international accuse : La police sénégalaise est corrompue


Le
Forum civil, section sénégalaise de Transparency International, a
publié hier, le baromètre mondial de la corruption. Celui-ci traite de
la perception de la corruption de manière sectorielle par les
populations dans le monde et dans un pays donné. Au Sénégal, cette
année comme...
 
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08122007

CORRUPTION AU SÉNÉGAL EN 2007: Les partis politiques remportent la vilaine palme


Le
forum civil a procédé hier au lancement du Rapport sur le Baromètre
Mondial de la Corruption 2007 de Transparency International. D’après le
rapport, les partis politiques occupent la première place en matière de
corruption.


 
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22102007

Mozambique ex-leader wins prize
Former Mozambique President Joaquim Chissano has won the first Mo Ibrahim prize rewarding a retired African head of state for excellence in leadership.

Mr Chissano, who is credited with bringing peace to Mozambique, had been seen as a frontrunner for the prize.

The prize, announced by former UN head Kofi Annan, is worth $5m (£2.5m) over 10 years, and then $200,000 a year.

Mobile phone millionaire Mo Ibrahim is funding the project in the hope it will help improve governments' performance.

The Sudanese businessman also...
 
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09102007

EADS, délit d’initié ?






« Le Monde diplomatique »



— François Ruffin, « Le scandale Airbus va-t-il devenir l’affaire Lagardère ? », mai 2007.




















Selon Le Figaro du 3 octobre (1),
l’Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) vient de transmettre au parquet
de Paris une « note préliminaire » concluant que les principaux
dirigeants du groupe European Aeronautic Defence...
 
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28092007

Publication du premier Index de la fondation Mo Ibrahim pour la bonne gouvernance

http://www.grioo.com/info11629.html#





L'île Maurice, les Seychelles, le Botswana, le Cap Vert, l'Afrique du
Sud, le Gabon, la Namibie, le Ghana, le Sénégal, et Sao Tomé sont les
pays qui ont les meilleurs indices de bonne gouvernance



Par Redaction Grioo.com
 
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25092007

Who is up for Africa's $5m prize?
The BBC's Mark Doyle looks at which former African leaders are in the running to win the $5m leadership prize.

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is next month due to award over $5m to the former African head of state adjudged to have demonstrated exemplary leadership.

The presidential prize is aimed at encouraging best practice.

The lucky recipient of what the organisers call "the world's biggest prize" will be named on 22 October.

The winner will then be paid the $5m in tranches over a period of 10 years, with...
 
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25092007

Rwanda 'most improved' in Africa
Rwanda is the most improved sub-Saharan nation according to a survey looking at performances over the past five years.

The Ibrahim Index, financed by Sudanese mobile phone magnate Mo Ibrahim, names Mauritius as the best-governed and Somalia as the worst-governed state.

Harvard University academics analysed the criteria used to rank countries.

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is next month due to award over $5m - to the former African head of state who is judged to have demonstrated exemplary leadership.

The presidential...
 
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01072007

Sénégal: Notes de lecture-Qu'allons-nous faire des pauvres ?















 
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20062007

Congo-Kinshasa: L'UICN invite les parlementaires à la bonne gouvernance forestière















 
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11062007

10.06.07 23:48


GOUVERNANCE ET DEVELOPPEMENT: CARACTÉRISTIQUES DES ADMINISTRATIONS PUBLIQUES AFRICAINES , LE CAS DE LA GUINÉE




auteur
Auteur : DJO KOUROUMA








«L'ensemble
des ressources agricoles, halieutiques, hydroélectriques...
 
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25052007

TITRE: Sarkozy critiqué par la juge Eva Joly







TEXTE-ARTICLE:
L'ancienne magistrate de Paris Eva Joly a critiqué hier Nicolas
Sarkozy pour ce qu'elle voit comme des attaques du nouveau président
français envers l'indépendance de la presse et de la justice. "La
démocratie ce n'est pas invoquer Jaurès ou Blum (...) Une démocratie ça
se mesure à sa presse indépendante et à sa justice indépendante et je
trouve que ce que nous voyons en France est plutôt inquiétant" ,
a-t-elle...
 
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11052007

Stratégies de développement :
La conférence d'Accra recommande une harmonisation



Les
participants à la conférence continentale d'Accra sur le Mécanisme
africain d'évaluation par les pairs (Maep) ont souligné la ‘nécessité’
d'intégrer les programmes nationaux d'action aux stratégies de
développement existantes, en vue de renforcer l'harmonisation et la
cohérence des politiques.
Les participants ont affirmé, à l'issue de trois jours de débats,...
 
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30042007

Algérie: Lors d'un colloque international qui sera organisé à Tlemcen














 
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16042007

Copyright 2007 Los Angeles Times
All Rights Reserved

Los Angeles Times
April 16, 2007 Monday
Home Edition
SECTION: MAIN NEWS; Editorial Pages Desk; Part A; Pg. 14
LENGTH: 398 words
HEADLINE: Wolfowitz falls short;
The World Bank just can't afford the appearance of corruption surrounding its controversial chief.
BODY:

PAUL WOLFOWITZ'S enemies were undoubtedly out to get him from the moment the man best known as the architect of the Iraq war walked through the door of the World Bank. Just as surely, he has handed them ample cause to...
 
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17122006

Shell admits fuelling corruption

Shell say they will support Nigeria's anti-corruption drive
Oil giant Shell has admitted it inadvertently fed conflict, poverty and corruption through its oil activities in Nigeria.

But a Shell spokesman said the group did not agree with independent experts that the unrest may force it to leave.

Nigeria contributes to about 10% of Shell's global production and is home to some of its most promising reserves.

Shell says it has been difficult to operate with integrity in areas of conflict like Nigeria.

"Government...
 
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14122006

 
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14122006

interview of the month
Hilary Benn, Secretary of State for Development, UK
By Amber Poroznuk



This month Transparency Watch spoke with the Honourable Mr. Hilary Benn, Secretary of State for Development in the United Kingdom. Appointed last summer by British Prime Minister Tony Blair to be the minister responsible for fighting international corruption, Mr. Benn is well known for his outspoken views on corruption and aid.

Transparency Watch (TW): You have recently been quite vocal on the issue of World Bank aid conditionality. How would the anti-corruption...
 
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09122006

Bénin
La corruption dans tous ses états

L’audit de l’administration publique commandé en avril dernier par le président béninois Yayi Boni révèle d’énormes dysfonctionnements et irrégularités. Alors que le 9 décembre est la Journée mondiale de la lutte contre la corruption, la rapport tombe à pic pour rappeler le niveau extrêmement élevé de la corruption au Bénin. Et ce, à tous les échelons.


Jeudi, le ministre béninois des Finances, Pascal Koukpaki, a présenté les audits de l’administration publique commandés par le président Yayi Boni peu après son élection en...
 
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28112006

Ribadu accuses French banks of keeping Nigeria's loot

From Tunde Oyedoyin, London
ORIGINAL SOURCE

A MAJOR western power, France and some of her firms have been accused of aiding corruption in Nigeria.

Among others, France is alleged of harbouring stolen loot which corrupt Nigerian leaders and their accomplices siphoned from the country.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Chairman, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, who levelled the allegations, did not spare other western nations which he also accused of frustrating the on-going war against graft...
 
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20112006

Biya Ranked Amongst World Worst Tyrants

By Bouddih Adams

President Paul Biya has Paulbiya_1been ranked one of the four worst dictators in sub-Saharan Africa and one of the world's worst 20, by an author and commentator for the United States TV network, NBC.

The ranking appears in David Wallechnisky's new book; Tyrants, The World's 20 Worst Living Dictators (Regan Press) launched Friday, November 17. Wallechinsky, a historian, has worked as a commentator for the American television network, the NBC, and is author of several reference books.

The story,...
 
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25102006

 
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20102006

Nigerian leaders 'stole' $380bn
More than $380bn has either been stolen or wasted by Nigerian governments since independence in 1960, the chief corruption fighter has said.

Nuhu Ribadu told the BBC that Nigeria has "nothing much" to show for the missing money.

He said the worst period for corruption was the 1980s and '90s, but currently two-thirds of governors are being investigated by Mr Ribadu's agency.

Nigeria is Africa's biggest oil exporter but most people are poor.

The country is regularly ranked as one of the most corrupt by graft...
 
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18092006

World Bank cash row rumbles on
The World Bank has moved to assuage the UK's concerns over conditions it attaches to aid for poor countries but a dispute over funding continues.

Britain has said it might withhold £50m ($94m) from the World Bank in protest at its tough policy of withdrawing loans to nations deemed to be corrupt.

It believes the rule unfairly hurts the poorest people in developing nations.

The World Bank will reveal in November how changes to its policy on aid conditions are being adopted.

'Privatisation'

Only then will British...
 
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14092006

interview of the month
Andrew Mwenda, Ugandan journalist and academic

By Jennifer Williams

































Recent forums such as the Group of Eight Gleneagles summit, Make
Poverty...
 
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26082006

West and Donors Promote Graft in Africa

The Herald (Harare)
OPINION
August 25, 2006
Posted to the web August 25, 2006

By Sifelani Tsiko
Harare

STRENGTHENING effective strategies to fight corruption and money laundering in order to improve economic development was a key theme at the sixth annual meeting of the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (Esaamlg) held in Harare recently.

Participants from the 14 member countries from the East African region to the entire southern African region, two Indian Ocean countries...
 
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11082006

Nigeria 'to name corrupt leaders'
Nigeria's anti-corruption agency says it will publish the names of all past and present political leaders who have stolen money from the treasury.

The head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, said more than $400bn (£211) of oil revenue had been stolen.

He also said the move would deter corrupt politicians from seeking office in elections due next year.

Nigeria has been regarded as one of the most corrupt countries in the world.

"Over $400bn in oil money has been stolen by bad...
 
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07082006

Corruption in humanitarian aid: a double disaster
New report maps risks of corruption in relief processes
Berlin, 07 August 2006

To address corruption in relief and reconstruction efforts following natural disasters and civil conflicts, Transparency International (TI) seeks to prevent corruption in humanitarian assistance by expanding its work in this area, starting with the publication of a report to help humanitarian aid providers identify and combat corruption in their activities.

The report, Mapping the Risks of Corruption in Humanitarian Actionmaps and analyses...
 
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03082006

CORRUPTION CONTINUES TO COST OPPORTUNITIES FOR WORLD’S POOR
G8 still far from fulfilling anti-corruption promises,
St Petersburg / Berlin , 13 July 2006

On fighting domestic and international corruption and in supporting good governance at home and abroad, the Group of Eight

(G8) has made advances but still has promises to fulfil. Transparency International (TI) reminds the G8 leaders of their past

commitments and cautions that those represent an absolute minimum for further action.

“Despite the regrettable failure to include poverty and development...
 
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03082006

New fund to fight corruption

Press Association
Thursday July 13, 2006
Guardian Unlimited

A £100m fund to fight corruption in the developing world was announced by the government today.

The move came in an international development white paper setting out Britain's aid policy for the next five years.

It came alongside measures to help developing countries face the challenges of climate change and major spending increases

on education, health, water and sanitation and social security.

The white paper sets out how the UK...
 
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03082006

Arab Parliamentarians Against Corruption - ARPAC

La section arabe de la GOPAC a été fondée à Beyrouth au cours d’une conférence régionale, tenue du 18 au 20 novembre

2004, qui a réuni un groupe de parlementaires du Moyen-Orient et d’Afrique du Nord et M. John Williams, président de la

GOPAC et député du parlement canadien, en plus de représentants de la société civile, de militants des droits de la personne

et de la lutte anti-corruption et de juristes en matière d’accès à l’information.
Related Documents

ARPAC Constitution
 
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03082006

Fraude et corruption
Que fait la Banque pour combattre la corruption ?


Qu’arrive-t-il aux entreprises ou aux personnes dont il est établi qu’elles se livrent à la fraude et à la corruption dans les

projets financés par la Banque ?
Comment puis-je rapporter des allégations de fraudes ou de corruption liées à des projets financés par la Banque

mondiale ou son Groupe ?
Quel est le volume des pertes financières dues à la corruption?
Les entreprises et les particuliers devraient-ils signaler les escroqueries à l’investissement qui utilisent...
 
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29072006

UK pledges to boost development aid, fight corruption
Thu 13 Jul 2006 9:39 AM ET

By Jeremy Lovell

LONDON, July 13 (Reuters) - Britain pledged on Thursday to boost development aid, help fight corruption and ensure that

developing nations were fully involved in the battle to beat global warming.

The promise came on the eve of the Group of Eight rich nation's summit in Russia. Aid agencies are urging the G8 to reach a

deal to fight poverty through enhanced education and health care and more open trade.

The meeting comes almost...
 
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29072006

Transparency International’s work made a world of difference in 2005
Annual Report 2005 highlights achievements
Berlin, 18 July 2006

Transparency International (TI) played a vital role in changing the way national governments, international organisations,

businesses and citizens relate to and act on corruption around the world. TI’s Annual Report 2005 shows that everywhere,

people are becoming more aware of the dangers and devastation of corrupt and unethical behaviour, and they are

increasingly less tolerant.

The prevalence of...
 
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29072006

Progress Reported in Americas in Fight Against Corruption

United States offering training in good governance for Latin Americans

By Eric Green
Washington File Staff Writer

Washington -- Countries in the Americas have made progress in fighting corruption, as evidenced by the adoption of election

reforms in the region, says José Miguel Insulza, secretary-general of the Organization of American States (OAS).

In a July 14 statement, Insulza said the advances in electoral reforms -- as seen in a number of elections held since

December...
 
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29072006

The G8 Communique: Strong words on global fight against corruption, treading water on Africa and oil
St Petersburg / Berlin, 17 July 2006

The G8’s statement on Fighting High-Level Corruption points to a maturing understanding of corruption and numbered days

for impunity of public officials. The statements on oil and on Africa contain nods to the requisite initiatives, but are short on

detail and lack concrete commitments.

Fighting High-Level Corruption

Transparency International (TI) welcomes the G8 recognition of the horrendous effects...
 
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29072006

G8 energy statement falls short on corruption
St Petersburg / Berlin, 16 July 2006

The final G8 statement on Global Energy Security misses the mark by failing to address sufficiently the massive impact of

corruption and lack of transparency on global energy security. Although the need to address corruption and governance in

the extractives sector is mentioned, the statement offers no practical details on how this would be achieved.

The document’s vague language – a pledge to “take forward efforts” to support the Extractive Industries Transparency...
 
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29072006

The G8 on corruption: Dirty money is not safe anywhere
The language looks good, but it is actions that matter
Berin / St Petersburg, 16 July 2006

The Group of Eight hit many of the right notes in their Statement on Fighting High-Level Corruption. The real test, however,

will be in their actions; and the history of G8 action is decidedly mixed.

Transparency International welcomes the focus on denying safe haven to the corrupt and their illicitly acquired wealth. It is

important that the signal is sent: dirty money is not safe anywhere.
 
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29072006

Fact Sheet
The White House Office of the Press Secretary
Sea Island, Georgia
June 10, 2004

Fighting Corruption/Improving Transparency

Last year in Evian we committed ourselves to act together, and with developing country partners and the international

community, to fight corruption and improve transparency. We will do still more to help cut away the burden of corruption on

economic growth. What follows is a report on follow-up to the commitments we made in Evian.

Country-led Transparency Compacts Launched

G-8 governments...
 
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29072006

 
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27072006

Keep Venezuelan civil society free, says Transparency International
Unrestricted civil society is critical to fight against corruption
Berlin / Caracas, 26 July 2006

versión en español

Transparency International (TI) today joins the international call to defend the autonomy of Venezuela’s civil society

organisations. The draft Law on International Cooperation, currently under discussion in the National Assembly, raises

increasing concerns about the freedom of civil society and its ability to function independent of stifling government control.
 
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04072006

La première convention globale de lutte contre la corruption entre en vigueur

Sept des pays du G-8 doivent encore ratifier la première convention de lutte contre la corruption véritablement globale

Berlin, le 16 septembre 2005

English version
Version in chinese
Versión en español

Suite à la ratification, aujourd’hui, de la Convention des Nations Unies contre la Corruption (UNCAC) par l’Equateur, le

premier outil de lutte contre la corruption véritablement global, entrera en force le 14 décembre 2005. Cet étape marquante
 
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04072006

La Banque mondiale annonce une stratégie pour lutter contre la corruption

Also available in: English, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish, Russian, Chinese



Washington, le 11 avril 2006 -- le Président de la Banque mondiale, Paul Wolfowitz, a présenté aujourd’hui les grandes lignes

d’une stratégie globale pour lutter contre la corruption, qui est un grave obstacle au développement et compromet le bon

fonctionnement de l’État. Dans le discours qu’il a prononcé à Jakarta (Indonésie), Wolfowitz a présenté un plan visant à

accroître les...
 
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22062006

U.S. Government Initiatives to Fight Corruption

During the last year, this Administration has been actively involved in a number of activities to promote U.S. Government [USG] goals and intergovernmental cooperation. The USG has supported the following key initiatives:

* The new Millennium Challenge Account ("the Account") will tie billions of dollars in extra U.S. foreign development assistance over the next three years to, among other factors, the recipient?s commitments to good governance and anticorruption efforts. President George W. Bush, during the March...
 
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22062006

The ugly face of corruption

Corruption has been realized as having a linkage with human rights in its causes and effects, so no one can talk about the causes of corruption and not relate them to the effects they put on human lives, especially the poor.
This linkage was the focus of discussion at a workshop organised by the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), on Tuesday at the Cresta Royale Hotel, in Accra.
Mr. Charles Ayamdo, the Deputy Director of the Anticorruption unit of the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), noted that corruption...
 
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22062006

http://www.oecd.org/topic/0,2686,fr_2649_34135_1_1_1_1_37447,00.html
La Direction de la gouvernance publique et du développement territorial de l'OCDE étudie la « demande » de corruption du secteur public et aide les pays à trouver comment créer un environnement qui encourage l'intégrité.
 
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22062006

La lutte contre la corruption dans les économies de l'Asie et du Pacifique



Publication conjointe de la Banque asiatique de développement et l'OCDE: La lutte contre la corruption dans les économies de l'Asie et du Pacifique

(Manille: Asian Development Bank, 2000. ISBN 971-561-288-1, Publication Stock no. 020400, 307 p.)

Afin de lutter contre la mauvaise influence de la corruption sur la région Asie-Pacifique, la Banque asiatique de développement et l'OCDE ont organisé un seminaire sur la lutte contre la corruption dans les économies en Asie et le...
 
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22062006

EDITORIAL

Fight corruption with ethical leadership


IN March 2002 US President George W. Bush inaugurated the Millennium Challenge Account, a global initiative of aiding poor but qualified countries to spur economic growth. The program will give funds to developing countries to promote economic reforms and reduce corruption.

The Philippine government recently received over $20 million, or about P1 billion, to combat corruption. Simultaneously, President Arro­yo ordered the release of P1 billion as the counterpart fund for the anticor­ruption campaign.
 
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