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However, the failure of the government to publish the commission’s 2004 report signals that important challenges still remain. Five Members of Parliament in South Africa were convicted in March 2005 in connection with a travel expense scandal involving over 100 Members of Parliament and seven travel agencies. Further, President Mbeki dismissed Deputy President Jacob Zuma as a result of his implication in the Schabir corruption scandal involving French company Thalès. Following the government determination to prosecute individuals involved in corruption or abuse of public office in Uganda, a new Inspector General of Government (IGG) was appointed in January 2005 to revamp the agency whose power had been trimmed by senior government officials unhappy to see the extent of their wealth revealed in the media.
Of Nigeria Zimbabwe Congo, Dem. Rep. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. 85 Source: The Heritage Foundation/The Wall Street Journal, 2006 Index of Economic Freedom. © AfDB/OECD 2006 African Economic Outlook 45 Overview 46 revenues and update it regularly. The creation of Burkina Faso’s new High Commission for the Coordination of Anticorruption Activities (HACLS) was met with optimism, and the success of the country’s broader anticorruption strategy is closely tied to the ability of this new body to take on high-profile corruption cases.
Source: Authors’ (e) estimates; (p) projection. exporting countries (reaching 7 per cent of GDP) and then declining somewhat in 2007. 7 per cent, and then to remain at that level in 2007. 4 per cent, respectively. 4 per cent in 2005. Egypt, Sudan and Tunisia, on the other hand, experienced a slight worsening of their fiscal balances in 2005. In 2006 every country is projected to improve its fiscal balance. Little change is expected in 2007 except for Algeria whose fiscal surplus is expected to decrease somewhat.