The government’s main anti-corruption unit has distributed a small manual to major state agencies advising them to resist bribery, and telling them what to do in the event they witness or experience corruption. Critics have disparaged the two-page manual as a weak result for almost three years’ work.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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25. Oct 2001 at 8:49