Transparency International will release its 18th annual Corruption Perceptions Index on 5 December 2012 at 05.00 GMT.
Transparency International Ireland invites you to a book-launch and panel discussion, showcasing three new important works on the fight against corruption in Ireland and worldwide.
105 biggest public companies reviewed. 61 based in Ireland. Only Statoil says how much it pays in corporation tax. 68 per cent report on anti-corruption measures
Dublin, 10 July 2012
28th June 2012, The Irish Times (Read here)
TI Ireland comments on an Irish public representative convicted of corruption.
FORMER FINE Gael councillor Fred Forsey was yesterday sentenced to six years in prison with two years suspended for taking bribes from a property developer.
The former deputy mayor of Dungarvan, Co Waterford, had been convicted by a jury last month of receiving corrupt payments of €80,000 in exchange for lobbying his council colleagues to rezone agricultural land for residential and industrial use.
Ireland's progress in stopping corruption is monitored by a small number of international bodies as well as TI.
Dublin, 22 March 2012 - Transparency International Ireland (TI Ireland) has urged the Government to radically reform how corruption is investigated.
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