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TI Fiji Closing for Christmas
Tuesday, 18 December 2007
TI Fiji office will be closing for Christmas Holidays

Chairmans Address
Friday, 7 December 2007
Chairman's Address on TI F Symposium on "Transparency and Accountability in the Judiciary" held on December 7th, 2007 at Southern Cross Hotel, Suva

Budget Transparency
Saturday, 24 November 2007
TI Fiji supports budget transparency and believes that people should be involved in the budgetary process. TI Fiji further states that it is the tax-payers right to this information and it is high time, this information is made public. The public on the other hand should demand to know how their hard earned money is spent.

Alleged Nepotism in FBCL recruitment
Tuesday, 20 November 2007
TI Fiji is calling upon the FBCL board to make public its appointment process.

Monday, 12 November 2007

Press Release 17-Sep-07
Monday, 17 September 2007
Audits should be made public

Effective Solutions to Corruption
Monday, 23 July 2007
The Interim Government has issued a statement on the need to fight corruption in Fiji. The Chairman of the Transparency International Fiji has responded to the statement on what is needed to effectively fight corruption in the Fiji Islands

Corruption like a cancer
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
Bribery and corruption are like an insidious cancer. If allowed to take root, their tentacles creep into the fabric of society so that they become an accepted way of life rather than an immoral symptom of a degenerative social disease.

NGOs in search of public trust
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
PUBLIC confidence is a scarce and fragile commodity. While it is difficult enough to gain it, it requires even greater efforts to sustain it. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Malaysia, as well as in countries the world over, already operating in less than ideal circumstances, are beginning to experience the chilling effect of donor fatigue because of a long, continually unfolding history of questionable dealings which ignore the need for transparency and accountability.

Corruption cases in Hong Kong on the rise
Friday, 6 July 2007
THE number and scope of corruption inquiries involving Hong Kong businesses are increasing and investigators say that they are probably looking into only a small proportion of the corporate fraud that is going on. In the first five months of this year, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) investigated 957 cases