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December 09, 2010 

Today is International Anti-Corruption Day

Today, December 9th, marks International  Anti-Corruption Day.

In a statement marking International Corruption Day, Secretary of State Clinton said "The United States has made unprecedented strides over the past year to enforce our anticorruption laws and ensure our companies do not practice bribery or unfair practices in countries where they operate."

In order to promote the United Nations' anti-corruption campaign, the U.N.'s Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has previously produced the following 60 second video that promotes the power to say no when confronted with bribery.




The 2010 International Corruption day messages by Secretary of State Clinton, the UN Secretary General and UNODC's Executive Director can be found below: here (Clinton),  here (UN) and here (UNODC).

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