Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • The October 2017 edition of Eye on TI is dedicated to this year’s TI Annual Membership Meeting: I asked participants how they would describe this year’s AMM and the most common responses were: exciting, amazing, great teamwork, intense, reflective. I think these capture the spirit in the last days. And it was best reflected in […]

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  • Earthquakes and hurricanes devastating parts of Mexico and the Caribbean; flooding in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan affecting more than 41 million people; refugee crises in Syria and Myanmar; protracted crises in Afghanistan, Chad and the Central African Republic; and more than 20 million people facing starvation and famine across Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and […]

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  • KATHMANDU, Oct 12: Transparency International Nepal has urged all political parties to field the candidates with clean image while contesting in upcoming parliamentary and provincial elections. It has also urged the voters to vote against the corruption accused politicians. The suggestion from the graft watchdog body comes at a time when the parties have been […]

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  • The only thing that is transparent in Nepal is the high level of corruption Oct 12, 2017-Nepal, as party to the UN Global Compact and the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), is required to frame laws to control corruption. Nepal signed the UNCAC on December 10, 2003 and ratified it on arch 31 2011. A […]

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  • कानुनमा भएको मौजुदा व्यवस्थालाई सही रूपमा कार्यान्वयन गर्न नसक्ने हो भने न्यायपालिकाको भविष्य संकटग्रस्त हुनेछ अहिले पनि नब्बे प्रतिशतभन्दा बढी जनता न्यायको पहुँचबाट धेरै टाढा छन्। न्यायको खोजीमा रहेका सतप्रतिशत सेवाग्राहीलाई कसरी न्यायको पहँुचभित्र समेट्ने, निजहरूलाई कसरी सहज र सुलभ तरिकाबाट न्याय दिलाउने भन्ने विषयमा प्रमुख राजनीतिक दल, न्यायाधीश र कानुनव्यवसायीले चिन्तन गर्नुपर्ने मात्र होइन […]

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  • Nepal has secured 88th position in global competitiveness index (GCI) for 2017-18, an improvement of 10 spots compared to GCI 2016-17. The recently launched Global Competitiveness Report 2017-18 of World Economic Forum (WEF) shows Nepal managed to advance its ranking in the GCI every subsequent year since 2012-13. In the latest report, Nepal has improved […]

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