Indian Prime Minister agrees on corruption courts
This article was originally published in Clinica
A clamp down on corruption has been given assent from the top levels of India's government. Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has supported a proposal from the chief justice of India K G Balakrishnan that special courts be set up countrywide dedicated to handling corruption cases.
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