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Monday, 10 August 2009

TIZ on Corruption

A wonderful discussion on the Zambia BlogTalk Radio this weekend with Reuben Lifuka (Transparency International - Zambia) on Corruption. Very insightful indeed and quite frank. Also good to see we share the perspective on the need for broader reform of the justice system with regards to corruption, as previously argued on In praise of whistle-blowers. I would have loved to see more discussion about innovative mechanisms for tackling corruption (e.g. see Exposing corrupt politicians...lessons from Brazil) and the different priorities given a small pot of funds. Many of the issues raised in our "corruption wars" series where not fully touched, probably limited by the nature of the questions he got. But still well worth the listen.


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