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Rule of Law & Transparency
Attempts to impede the historic investigation are coming from the "old political class."
Efforts to promote transparency and accountability could help solidify recent gains in the fight against corruption.
Corruption is not inevitable. Companies, public officials and private citizens can work together to fight it, the judge writes.
President Macri’s administration is promoting a new plea bargain law that Congress is expected to approve this year.
Lula’s detention shows no one is above the law – but it also brings the risk of violence in coming days.
In Brazil, corruption busts with catchy titles can foster public interest and help put offenders behind bars.
A change at the Justice Ministry triggers concerns over political interference in the Petrobras probe.
If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere.
The leaders of Latin America’s historic crackdown on corruption will gather for the first time for a special and timely event.
A historic battle against corruption is about to start in Mexico’s Congress – but without any congressmen on the front line.

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