China Allows Death Penalty For “Extremely Serious” Corruption Cases – Deutsche Welle
The sentence, which is non-mandatory, can be applied in cases involving more than $463,000.
The official figures state that Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin’s spokesman, earned four times more than Putin last year.
Accusations sent to Russia’s Investigative Committee by Pavel Karpov represent a bewildering inversion of the facts established by a UK public inquiry in January.
Corruption in Ukraine: Drifting Offshore – Vice News
A video report from the frontline of Ukraine’s crippling struggle against corrupt elites.
The raid may have been retaliation for RBK’s coverage of the Panama Papers.
Transparency Key in Fighting Graft – South China Morning Post
Is catching “tigers” or “flies” more important in China’s anti-corruption drive?
In a rare admission, Dmitry Peskov took the blame.
Liu Zhigeng has also been accused of engaging in “superstitious activities.”