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US Needs to Target Domestic Enablers of Corruption

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image © ArchOneZ/VectorStock Since 2017, the United States has sanctioned 150 people and entities for corruption under the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act. The list of those targeted ranges widely – from the daughter of the former president of Uzbekistan to an Israeli businessman who made a fortune from Democratic Republic of Congo’s natural resources – but it leaves out an important group: professionals and their firms, many US-based, that help officials and businesspeople steal and launder public funds. Yesterday, speakers at a hearing organized by the…

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