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2011 – a crisis in governance: Protests that marked 2011 show anger at corruption in politics and public sector

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Transparency International warned that protests around the world, often fuelled by corruption and economic instability, clearly show citizens feel their leaders and public institutions are neither transparent nor accountable enough.


28. November - 04. December 2011.