LatAm governments must deliver on anti-corruption promises
Major recent political transitions in Latin America have unequivocally impacted how anti-corruption law is enforced in the region, meaning that the need for independent judiciaries and cooperation between local and foreign anti-corruption authorities has never been greater, said panellists at Global Investigations Review and Latin Lawyer’s Anti-Corruption & Investigations conference in Mexico City yesterday.
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