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  • International Anti-Corruption Day 2016

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  • Anti-Corruption Debate Competition 2016

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Offences Illustrated: Section 9 – Influencing Public Official

Disclaimer: The extracts illustrated above are based on corruption offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act 2002. They do not purport to interpret the law and are for general guidance only. They certainly do not include/cover all possible situations/scenarios of each corruption offence and cannot substitute the law. You are advised to seek legal advice in case of doubt.