Who said it?

'Please reveal your experiences of paying bribes so embezzlement and corruption have nowhere to hide'. A Chinese website is encouraging internets users to confess to buying off officials, taking inspiration from India's anti-corruption book. In a country which ranks 78th in Transparency International's perceived corruption survey, it has to start somewhere. But will this turn out to be transformative? We're not holding our breath...

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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