Scary proposals to punish corrupt officials’ families get more traction than ideas like good governance and free speech. by Galina Stolyarova ST. PETERSBURG | An independent anti-corruption group in Russia has come up with some very tough proposals. It is advocating the confiscation of assets from anyone convicted of serious corruption, or from close relatives […]

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