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Corruption and development

By Christopher Blattman If corruption hurts growth, why have economists not found much evidence for it? Should foreign donors care about corruption in developing countries? Or is corruption an Anglo-American fetish? Corruption infuriates me as much as the next person. It is despicable, pure and simple. But Westerners care about …

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Fighting corruption the wrong way

By Julius Odeke Uganda Federal Alliance party president, Beti Kamya, spoke to The Independent’s Julius Odeke about Uganda’s problems, including corruption. Your Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA) wants Federo in Uganda.  What type of federo are you agitating for? Actually, I think there is a slight difference between Federo and Federalism.  …

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Mao blames corruption on Museveni

By Aloysious Kasoma Democratic Party President Norbert Mao has blamed the corruption allegations in the prime minister’s office as Museveni’s problem. Mao said that the source of corruption is Museveni and his NRM party where his removal could play a significant role in the fight against corruption. “His removal is …

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