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Posts Tagged: Turks and Caicos

Resource Alert: Temples Of Integrity

Among Transparency International’s good works are its country reports, called national integrity system (NIS) assessments. TI has published more than 70 since 1991.

A scoring system measures the integrity of a country’s institutions, both public and private.… Continue Reading

Caribbean Corruption Report Leaked

WikiLeaks — the site that publishes documents that are “classified, censored or otherwise opaque to the public record” — has posted the suppressed final report of the Turks and Caicos Islands Commission of Inquiry.… Continue Reading

More Caribbean Controversy

Tiny Antigua — the adopted home of Sir Allen Stanford — isn’t the only Caribbean hide-away that’s in the news these days for the wrong reasons. There’s also its even-tinier neighbor, the Turks and Caicos Islands.… Continue Reading

On The Side Of Justice . . .

Great words from Ellen Podgor at the White Collar Crime Prof Blog (here). They’re about Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision this week to drop the prosecution of former Senator Ted Stevens: This dismissal is monumental in terms of sending a message that this justice department will be very different.Continue Reading

Combating Caribbean Corruption

The U.K. government is in the process of assuming direct rule over its Caribbean dependency, the Turks and Caicos Islands. A U.K. Commission of Inquiry found “clear signs of political amorality and immaturity” in the government there.… Continue Reading