antigraft

antigraft

(ˌæntɪˈɡrɑːft; ˌæntɪˈɡræft)
adj
opposed to or designed to reduce corruption
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But in the resolution acquitting them, the antigraft court said the prosecution failed to prove their guilt beyond reasonable doubt.
It is pertinent to mention here that the antigraft watchdog has sought all verified documents regarding London flats to file interim reference against the Sharif family
ISLAMABAD -- China will launch a campaign code named "Skynet" in a bid to capture corrupt officials who fled abroad, the country's antigraft authority said Thursday.
Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Monday refused to enter a plea at an antigraft court, prompting the court to automatically record a plea of not guilty on her behalf.
PRANAB Mukherjee lived up to his reputation of being the UPA's troubleshooter as he launched a scathing attack on the antigraft campaigns of Baba Ramdev and Anna Hazare in his maiden address to the nation as President on the eve of the 66th Independence Day.
Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and the heads of the two other ruling parties have agreed that coverage of the antigraft law should be broadened to include legislators' personal secretaries and relatives.
5, after the antigraft court's Fifth Division gave the prosecution time to comment on the supplemental motion filed by Estrada and Napoles.
Indonesia's Supreme Court has upheld an 18-year jail sentence handed to the former chief of the country's antigraft body for the death of an executive of a state-owned pharmaceutical company who was a witness in a corruption case, his lawyer and media reports said early Wednesday.
The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), the New Komeito party and the New Conservative Party agreed to promote talks on revising the antigraft law, establishing punishments for interference in bid tendering, a draft bill to prevent civil servants from becoming involved in bid-rigging and relations between labor unions, money and politics, they said.
The new figure represents an 80.46-percent decrease in cases filed in the antigraft court.
A Philippine antigraft court granted permission Friday to jailed former President Joseph Estrada to visit his sick 98-year-old mother and see a doctor for back pain.
As the aides are not state-paid secretaries, their actions are not covered by an existing antigraft law, which is accelerating moves to draft more comprehensive anticorruption legislation.