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Corruption in Switzerland PDF Εκτύπωση E-mail
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Σάββατο, 18 Σεπτέμβριος 2021 13:20

Vladimir Putin's Red Line



Corruption in Switzerland


According to undeniable evidence,


- the U2RIT becomes murderous against anyone, even the most legitimate and honourable (e.g. indigenous patriots defending legitimately their fatherland), who might become a reason for loosing material wealth, i.e. money, of any kind (see above video - Vladimir Putin's Red Line).

- the U2RIT’s monetary reserves constitute a part of its vital interests.

- the U2RIT installs parts of its vital interests, in the form of foreign bank deposits, to foreign countries. These bank deposits constitute U2RIT’s vital interests.

- The activities of the legitimate and lawful anti-colonialism activists, inevitably, they cause financial losses to the settler-colonizing U2RIT.

- Countries which can be extorted due to their banking system’s illegal harbouring of dictators’, despots’, mobsters’, arms dealers’, corrupt officials’ wealth of and tax cheats of all kinds, and which retain the U2RIT’s vital interests, they may be prone to perpetrating criminal gang-stalking against foreign anti-colonialism activists which they might, legitimately and respectfully, resorted to their land.


Therefore, I would not encourage the European anti-colonialism activists to visit countries that remain vulnerable towards a potential, criminal influence originating by the settler-colonizing U2RIT.

Also, I would encourage any such countries, in case they wish to remove the most part of the ambiguity with regard to their collective future, to, simply, study the wisdom of the ancient India’s philosophy.


Christos Boumpoulis



P.S.: The ability to feel shame and the authentic decency, they remain blessings that they can not be bought not even by all the money in the word.




Wikipedia: Corruption in Switzerland

Petty corruption and low level bribes are uncommon and the courts are generally seen as fair and impartial. Very few Swiss citizens consider police or judicial corruption to be widespread. Switzerland is a signatory to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and other international anti-corruption laws. Companies generally do not consider corruption a problem for doing business in Switzerland. However, the Swiss banking industry is seen as extremely non-transparent with secrecy laws that can allow tax evasion, money laundering and hiding illegally obtained money. Additionally, political party financing is poorly regulated and open to abuse.


Switzerland has a legal framework to combat corruption and several authorities are in charge of curbing the levels of it, particularly when it comes to corruption within Swiss financial institutions. Several sources suggest that the country's fight against corruption has been effective. However, efforts to combat corruption, especially with respect to political party financing have been described as unsatisfactory.

Council of Europe's Group of State Against Corruption (GRECO) in its evaluation report noted that specificities of Switzerland's institutions which enjoy considerable public confidence. It underlines, however, that the very organisation of the system allows subtle pressure to be exerted on politicians and the judiciary.

Transparency International's 2018 Corruption Perception Index ranks the Switzerland as the 3rd least corrupt state out of 180 countries. In a 2020 report Transparency International noted that political funding, whistleblower protections and combating money laundering were all issues in Switzerland.

The Transparency International Global Barometer 2013 shows that 58% of the surveyed households believe that corruption has not changed over the past two years, and 28% believe that it has actually increased. The same survey also shows that political parties are considered the most corrupt institution in Switzerland.

The police and courts are generally open and fair with little bribery or corruption. Cases of excessive force, lengthy detention and abuse against migrants or asylum seekers have been reported. In some cases police officers have been given suspended sentences or suspended fines for using excessive force while arresting individuals.


See also: Economy of Switzerland

Regarding business and corruption, companies do not consider corruption a problem for doing business in Switzerland, and Swiss companies are active in Corporate Social Responsibility that are generally in line with OECD Guidelines for multinational enterprises.

But the Swiss system has also enabled some types of organisation to operate with little or no transparency or oversight such as those linked to commodities trade. For example, International sporting organisations (ISO's) can have the legal status of an international Non Governmental Organisation. Encouraged by the resulting range of legal and fiscal privileges, something like 50 such ISO's are based in the Canton of Vaud alone.

According to the OECD:

Switzerland has a leading, and sometimes dominant, position in a number of the economic sectors that not only play a key role in its economy but also expose it to relatively acute risks of foreign bribery


In 2018 the Tax Justice Network ranked Switzerland's banking sector as the "most corrupt" in the world due to a large offshore banking industry and very strict secrecy laws. These laws allow money laundering and hiding illegally obtained money. The Tax Justice Network's ranking attempts to measure how much assistance the country's legal systems provide to money laundering, and to protecting corruptly obtained wealth. However, Berlin-based Transparency International ranked Switzerland as the world's 3rd least corrupt country. Also, Transparency International is a German voluntary association with its founders themselves having strong ties to the banking sector of Switzerland.



Banking in Switzerland

Connection to illegal activities

Swiss banks have served as safe havens for the wealth of dictators, despots, mobsters, arms dealers, corrupt officials, and tax cheats of all kinds.

According to the 2018 Financial Secrecy Index, Switzerland's banking secrecy laws have rendered it a premier tax haven since the 1900s. It also noted that this status has been frequently abused by criminals to illegally evade paying taxes in their home country. One of the most prominent attractions to the disclosure protection laws is the distinction between tax evasion (non-reporting of income) and tax fraud (active deception). Akin to the distinction between legal tax avoidance and illegal tax evasion in the U.S., the non-reporting of income is only a civil offense in Switzerland while tax fraud is a financial crime. When foreign clients deposit holdings into a Swiss bank account, the bank is legally prohibited from disclosing balances or client information to tax authorities. This prohibition can only be waved if the client has produced a written statement of consent or a financial crime has been directly linked to the bank account. More often than not, clients don't consent to foreign tax authorities which leaves only the latter circumstance available. Many client services available in Switzerland (e.g. numbered bank accounts) are used to shield client data from tax authorities.

In 2018, London-based Tax Justice Network ranks Switzerland's banking sector as the "most corrupt" in the world due to a large offshore banking industry and very strict secrecy laws. The ranking attempts to measure how much assistance the country's legal systems provide to money laundering, and to protecting corruptly obtained wealth.

As of 2019, key criminal probes involving Swiss banks were the Petrobras bribery case, the Mozambique "tuna bonds", Credit Suisse "spygate" affair, Raiffeisen insider trading and UBS tax evasion in France.

In 2021, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation reported that the Zurich police are investigating CHF 9 billion from Venezuela that has been received by 30 Swiss banks. A Swiss bank account was used to bribe a Venezuelan minister. Other major cases involving the Credit Suisse money laundering case, Falcon Bank, 1MBD, Glencore, SICPA, SBM Offshore, PKB, J. Safra Sarasin, Cramer Bank and Lombard Odier Bank.

Starting in 2022, fines on Swiss banks abroad will be tax deductible.



A UBS insider blows the whistle on Swiss banking.

Bradley Birkenfeld was one of the few Americans who held the keys to the kingdom. A Boston-born, high-flying, cross-border banker at Switzerland’s premier financial institution, UBS, he had access to the kind of secret account information that American law enforcement had only dreamed of through all the decades that terrorists, dictators, arms dealers, mafia dons and wealthy tax cheats had hidden behind the fortress of secrecy that Swiss banking promised.



Panama Papers put Putin funds in Zurich

Putin’s friend

One of the people exposed in the fallout is Sergei Roldugin, a close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. As reported by the Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger, Roldugin stashed millions at the Zurich branch of Russian financial institution Gazprombank – money that he’s unlikely to have earned as a professional cellist and conductor.

“The records show Roldugin is a behind-the-scenes player in a clandestine network operated by Putin associates that has shuffled at least $2 billion through banks and offshore companies,” according to the ICIJ, German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung and other media partners.

Roldugin is listed as the owner of offshore companies that have obtained payments from other companies worth tens of millions of dollars.

“A company linked to the cellist also grabbed secret influence over Russia’s largest truck maker, another snagged a big slice of Russia’s TV advertising industry. It’s possible Roldugin, who has publicly claimed not to be a businessman, is not the true beneficiary of these riches. Instead, the evidence in the files suggests Roldugin is acting as a front man for a network of Putin loyalists – and perhaps for Putin himself.”



Greece Is Oppressed Like Chechnya


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