The Poverty Of Corrupt Nations Paperback – May 7 2008
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"Roy Cullen has been a tireless worker in the fight against corruption, and in the anti money laundering agenda. Through his work the poor can hopefully look forward to some prosperity while the corrupt leaders, having stolen so much from their citizens who have so little, can anticipate greater scrutiny and accountability. The Poverty of Corrupt Nations is a 'must read' for everyone with a conscience."
John G. Williams, F.C.G.A., Member of Parliament, Canada; Chair, Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption
"Government ministers and parliamentarians around the world know Roy Cullen as a tireless fighter in the battle against corruption. I have had the privilege of working with him in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in the European Parliamentary Assembly to combat corruption and money laundering. Publication of The Poverty of Corrupt Nations is sure to be a valuable resource for policymakers and practitioners."
Benjamin L. Cardin, United States Senator for Maryland
"Roy Cullen through his work with the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption is performing an invaluable service for the world's poor. The facts are irrefutable. Corruption is leaving millions in shameful poverty."
Rt. Hon. Paul Martin, P.C., M.P., former Prime Minister of Canada
"The significant negative impact of corruption on the lives of citizens is well documented in The Poverty of Corrupt Nations. Roy Cullen's commitment to the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC), and to the fight against corruption and money laundering, is legendary. The solutions he proposes to attack this problem will be of great interest to policymakers in developing countries, and to citizens of the world."
Mrs. Fatima Belmouden, Member, Moroccan Parliament; Vice-Chair, Arab Region Parliamentarians Against Corruption
About the Author
Hon. Roy Cullen, a former member of the Canadian Parliament, drew on his international experience in the private and public sectors to write this timely book. He was active in the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption.