Anti Corruption and Access to Infornamtion:The Right to Information Bill, 2007

Anti Corruption and Access to Infornamtion:The Right to Information Bill, 2007

Anti-Corruption and Access to Information: The Right to Information Bill, 2007� lays out the theoretical framework of the relation between corruption and the lack of public information. It then presents an analysis of the Right to Information Bill and the ways in which its passage and implementation will contribute to Tanzania�s fight against corruption.

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