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Parliamentarians and corruption in Africa: the challenge of leadership and the practice of politics

Davies, J., (2009) Parliamentarians and corruption in Africa: the challenge of leadership and the practice of politics. Project Report. African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption and the Parliamentary Center

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Abstract/Summary

This report, compiled on behalf of the African Parliamentary Network Against Corruption (APNAC), surveys the attitudes of African parliamentarians toward corruption. It is the first study of its kind to investigate the manner in which corruption impacts directly upon the political behaviour, practices and attitudes of those elected members sitting in parliaments across the continent. If the problems of corruption are to be tackled in the African continent, then the role of elected members of legislative assemblies will surely be a crucial factor.

Item Type:Report (Project Report)
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ID Code:40825
Publisher:African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption and the Parliamentary Center

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