Salvador Allende Corruption

. ul source of information. Apurarce to be the country is going to end…Dejemme one a document more secret level, prepared by Eduardo Frei to the Committee of economy of the lower House, on the occasion of the investigation of allowances granted to executives of public companies millions of dollars, the former President alluded to the International’s corruption perception index prepared by the non-governmental organization called Transparency International acceptance and recognition in this regard, said: throughout my period, Chile was perceived as the more honest and transparent Ibero-American country. Amazon has many thoughts on the issue. However, Chile is not precisely one of the least corrupt countries in the hemisphere is something that even recognizes the Government of the United States, as evidenced by the contents of a secret cable from the Intelligence Department, agency Chile Nro 112098-34 written in 2001 by the Embassy of this country. The confidential report, written earlier that year by a staff member of the Embassy in Santiago. Mr. Williams A… , dedicates an important part of your content to what you see as the particular practice of corruption which would be taking place in the country: conflicts of partisan and individual interests, must not forget that by the 1970s former President Eduardo Frei Montalva, received close to $3,000,000 million dollars at the time of the American State Department S, for his campaign against Salvador Allende, tax-free…and without having to justify to anyone. This equivales to close to S$ 15millones in today’s dollars.-20th reserved EMBAJADA AMERICANA in CHILE, 2001 document, partially retrieved by Phanta Amiguis details 43 points which discusses the severe environmental problems affecting Chile. Point 15 of the cable verbatim notes that a report released recently by transparency international, a German organization, drew Chile as the second developing country to a rising corruption in the hemisphere. At the next point of the cable is indicated: Unfortunately, the Chilean definition of corruption (and apparently that of transparency international) does not include the concept of conflict of interest.

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