Corruption Watch and Partners Urge the OECD To Reconsider Appointment to High Level Advisory Group on Corruption

Corruption Watch and Partners Urge the OECD To Reconsider Appointment to High Level Advisory Group on Corruption

On the 28th of April 2015, Corruption Watch UK sent a letter to Angel Gurria, the Secretary General of the OECD, which has been cosigned by Global Witness, Campaign Against the Arms Trade, Corner House, R2K (South Africa) and Corruption Watch (South Africa). Corruption Watch UK expressed disappointment with the appointment of Richard Alderman, the former director of the Serious Fraud Office, to a high level advisory group on corruption, and urged the OECD to appoint experts who could review the effectiveness of using settlements with regards to bribery and corruption.

The letter is available to view here