Anti-Corruption Watch
To limit opportunities for corruption, a new wave of government decentralization in Latin America must avoid past mistakes.
The false notion that the armed forces are inherently cleaner is dangerous to democracy in Latin America.
Political support for Lava Jato has faded – along with judges’ incentives to crack down on corruption.
The Odebrecht example shows why the region needs to penalize firms more efficiently.
The CICIES could be a potent tool, or just a political show.
The former “Lava Jato candidate” is weakening the fight against corruption – and he is not alone.
Prosecutors may be turning the screw on Carlos Romero Deschamps. But the long-time Pemex union leader has faced legal battles before.
Legal protection has been abused to shield the allegedly corrupt, but ending it could be dangerous.
Attorney General Emilia Navas speaks with AQ on her efforts to restore faith in the justice system in the wake of Costa Rica’s “cementazo.”
As her country spirals into chaos, Mercedes de Freitas tackles corruption with data.


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