Corruption in the Philippines: Progress or payback?
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Corruption in the Philippines: Progress or payback?

Manila : Philippines | May 05, 2011 at 8:36 AM PDT
Source: The Economist
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On April 29th he forced the resignation of the ombudsman, Merceditas Gutierrez, who is the state's chief prosecutor of official corruption. Mr Aquino clearly regarded Mrs Gutierrez as the chief protector of official corruption, but only Congress has the power to dismiss an ombudsman. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economist
 
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