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Transparency International’s new Global Corruption Report 2004 charts the flow of stolen assets, recommends ways to recover money looted by despots, and sets out new Standards on Political Finance and Favors. TI is the leading international non -governmental organisation combating corruption worldwide.
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With a focus on political corruption, the 2004 edition of Transparency International's Global Corruption Report (GCR) identifies some of today's most pressing issues in the fight against corruption around the world.
Essays examine the role of money in politics -- assessing the regulation of political party financing, suggesting ways to "rewire" the arms and oil trades for greater transparency and analysing the problem of vote buying. Reports consider attempts to repatriate assets stolen by politicians, disclosure regulations, the nexus between the media, politics and business as well as the issue of immunity from prosecution -- with special insight into extradition efforts in the Fujimori case in Peru.
The GCR's global and regional reports explore recent developments such as the African Union convention against corruption, the EU accession process and the UN convention against corruption. Thirty-five country reports provide a critical assessment of new national anti-corruption legislation, institutional reform and the most important corruption-related issues of the last 12 months.
This year's GCR also features special contributions by Jimmy Carter and former UN human rights commissioner Mary Robinson, who argues that "corruption hits hardest at the poorest in society". Their messages are reinforced by those of Luis Moreno Ocampo, chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, and Gherardo Colombo, whose efforts to prosecute Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi for bribery have drawn substantial media attention.
Rounding out the report, a data and research section presents Transparency International's own Corruption Perceptions Index as well as other recent empirical research, including links between corruption, gender and poverty.