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Last fall, we noted that countries other than the United States were stepping up their efforts to combat international bribery and corruption. (See International Anti-Corruption Enforcement on the Rise – Oct. 19, 2009). Consistent with that trend, earlier this week the U.K. Serious Fraud Office in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Justice settled corruption charges with BAE Systems PLC, one of Europe’s largest defense contractors. ( http://www.sfo.gov.uk/press-room/latest-press-releases/press-releases-2010/bae-systems-plc ). The charges relate to illegal payments to government officials in various countries. Under ...
A Nepal Army major and a Maoist Peoples' Liberation Army brigade commander remain on the job despite arrest warrants issued against them, and there is no indication that either will ever be brought to court. Each is being protected by his institution, demonstrating again the inability of the government to enforce the rule of law here. Major Niranjan Basnet has been implicated in the torture and murder of a 15-year-old Nepali girl, Maina Sunuwar, in Army custody during the country's civil war. See Nepal Army Continues to Protect Accused Murderer in Maina Sunuwar Case, Newsblaze ... Read More
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