• Remembering Lee Kuan Yew

    by - Mar 23, 2015
    Image Source:Wikipedia Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore and its first prime minister, is the man who transformed the small country into one of the wealthiest and least corrupted countries in Asia. Lee Kuan...
  • PH economist Winnie Monsod on Congress: sustaining corruption and “feudalistic economy”

    by - Feb 18, 2015
    Philippines’ broadcaster and economist, Winnie Monsod said last Monday that the elite composition of the Congress was sustaining the evil that is corruption and “feudalistic economy” in the Philippines. She even drew some wisdom from “The...
  • Pope Francis on Philippine corruption

    by - Jan 21, 2015
    “As many voices in your nation have pointed out, it is now, more than ever, necessary that political leaders be outstanding for honesty, integrity and commitment to the common good,” said by the beloved Pope during...
  • Transparency International Youth Camp 2015 to be held in Cambodia

    by - Oct 9, 2014
    MANILA – Philippines — This coming January 2015, Transparency International will hold an international camp for young people to learn about transparency and anti-corruption. The said youth camp will take place in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The...
  • Despite Law Banning Gifts, Palace Defends Purisima

    by - Oct 8, 2014
    MANILA, Philippines – For Malacañang, PNP (Philippine National Police) Chief Director General Alan Purisima responded “truthfully” during the Senate hearing but two senators did not really believe Purisima’s statements. On 1 October 2014, after the Senate...