What Went Right (and Wrong) in Latin America’s Anti-Corruption Fight

By Roberto Simon

Three case studies analyze very different efforts to combat corruption. Their lessons are key for progress today.

Download the AS/COA Anti-Corruption Working Group's new case studies on Chile, Mexico and Peru In recent years, Latin America has seen it all in the fight against corruption: from “untouchable” figures in handcuffs going to jail to critical reforms passed in Congresses, from politicians successfully sabotaging enforcement campaigns to presidents weaponizing anti-corruption against political foes Amid so many triumphs and blowback to the rule of law, rest some key lessons for the region   When do countries face a window of opportunity to pass major anti-corruption reforms Why...

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