- adj. Opposed to or combating corruption
- anti- + corruption (Wiktionary)
“Supreme Court doctrine has historically tried to capture a version of this concern by asserting that the government has a legitimate interest in "anticorruption" - the idea being that money from corporations can produce the appearance of a quid pro quo from elected officials.”
“The sanctions require laws separate from other regulations such as anticorruption or money-laundering rules already on the books.”
“A trembling man wears a headband with "anticorruption" written on it.”
“An anticorruption crackdown at the Railways Ministry forced the resignation of its former chief earlier in February.”
“The gay rights group and the anticorruption association fed refugees.”
“I remember sitting in a different café, interviewing the head of an anticorruption organization, who said, We are in a war; yet here we are, in the heart of Beirut, in a café packed with people, all very well-dressed.”
“Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali Over his 23 years in power, Mr. Ben Ali—who is being tried in absentia—and his relatives amassed a fortune in banks, telecommunications firms, real-estate companies and other businesses, giving them control over as much as one-third of Tunisia's $44 billion economy, according to anticorruption group Transparency International.”
“Every weekday in central Tunis, hundreds of people queue in front of a bank building that hosts Tunisia's special anticorruption committee.”
“Both bilaterally and through multilateral fora, we are encouraging other countries to step up and enforce strong anticorruption measures.”
“Nigeria's federal anticorruption agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, says it has a strong enough case to prosecute Odili.”
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