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Recientemente, los ciudadanos de la #RepúblicaDominicana han dado una nueva esperanza al mundo de que la participación activa es garantía para acabar con la impunidad. Desde que salió a la luz el escándalo de corrupción en torno al constructor #Odebrecht en toda la región de América Latina, hemos conocido que la empresa sobornó a funcionarios dominicanos para ganar contratos multimillonarios.

Miles de ciudadanos salieron a la calle para denunciar la impunidad y luchar contra la #corrupción en una exitosa marcha el pasado 22 de enero de 2017. Muchos más han participado en un proceso de recogida de firmas que se realiza en el país donde solicitan que el caso Odebrecht pueda ser investigado por fiscales de carrera independiente de partidos político, firmando los llamados “Libros Verdes”. #Latinoamerica

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As shown in recent weeks in the #DominicanRepublic, citizen participation is key in starting the process to end impunity. Following the ongoing corruption scandal of construction giant #Odebrecht cascading across #LatinAmerica, it came to light that the company bribed public officials in the Dominican Republic to win multi-million dollar contracts.

On 22 January, thousands of citizens marched against impunity and corruption in the Dominican Republic. Many more have signed “Green Books”, or petitions for independent prosecutors to further investigate the Odebrecht case in a more transparent way. Today, citizens from the Dominican Republic are showing the world that active participation, commitment and perseverance can effectively fight #corruption.

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OUT NOW: How corrupt is your country? We ranked 176 countries. 69% score below 50, meaning they have a serious corruption problem. See how your country does at the link below! #CPI2016 http://www.transparency.org/cpi2016

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Somalia and North Korea were perceived to be the most corrupt countries in 2015. Who will top the list for 2016? Find out on 25 January when we release our Corruption Perceptions Index! STAY TUNED!
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2016: Our year 💪 fighting #corruption. When there is someone there to fight, the corrupt can be held to account even if they are rich and powerful. Read more here 

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Our Anti-#Corruption and Legal Advice Centres (ALACs) operate in more than 60 countries 🌏 Learn More: http://bit.ly/2hnOizP
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#Sweden will have a new regulation on #Whistleblowing in 2017 including both public and private sectors #SpeakUp 📢 http://bit.ly/2gFKRW9 
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35% of EU citizens don’t report #corruption or wrongdoing because they fear retaliation. This week we have a special on whistleblowing. Stay tuned! http://bit.ly/2g94OiX
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