In its newsletter of April to June 2016, International IDEA secretary general Yves Leterme laments the negative influence of money in political processes for the past 15 years. Essentially he regards the phenomenon as a major threat to democracy. ... Sunday Standard Botswana, 2 weeks ago
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Former Belgian Prime Minister and Secretary General of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance Yves Leterme tells DW what impact money has on politics and how the US differs to Europe. Deutsche Welle: IDEA has a film on ...Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago The root of all evil? How money corrupts democracy Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
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