From my article in The Sunday Times yesterday:

“Never has the gap between the thinking of the government and the thinking of civil society about what to do with corruption been wider than it is now. We think about victims and how to alleviate the hardship they suffer because of the greed of the few who behave as if the country’s wealth is their private property.

“The government’s concerns are elsewhere. They’re worried about the inconvenience caused to alleged money launderers by the judicial process  and how it could stop them from buying their flashy bags and shiny jewellery even if for a while.”

Read the rest of the article here.