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06 June 2007
Judicial Corruption Continues To Plague the World, Report Says
Social order, economic growth suffer when justice fails
Washington -- Systemic
corruption of judicial systems not only denies citizens their basic human rights, but hinders economic development and sometimes
pushes aggrieved populations to violence, according to a recent report.
Global Corruption Report 2007: Corruption in Judicial Systems says
that despite international efforts, different forms of judicial corruption continue to afflict many parts of the world. The
report was issued in late May by Transparency International, an international anti-corruption nongovernmental organization.
Report 2007: Corruption in Judicial Systems
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English, French, Spanish
Published by Cambridge University Press
The Global Corruption Report offers an annual, systematic analysis of
corruption, reporting on the state of corruption around the globe. The Global Corruption Report 2007 focuses on corruption
in judicial systems and includes recommendations for practitioners, actors in the judiciary and civil society, on how to fight
corruption in the sector.