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Anti-corruption, or anticorruption, is an adjective that describes anything that opposes or inhibits corruption.
Anti-corruption may also refer to:
Films and television
- Anti-Corruption (film) (Lian zheng feng bo), Hong Kong film directed by Ng See Yuen; released in 1975
- Anti-Corruption Party, Honduran political party
- The Justice & Anti-Corruption Party, British political party
- Anti-Corruption Commission (disambiguation)
- 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement, wide-scale protests throughout India, decrying systemic corruption
- Anti-corruption campaign under Xi Jinping, campaign to combat corruption at all levels of government within China; began in 2012 during the general secretaryship of Xi Jinping
- Russian anti-corruption campaign, coordinated effort by the Russian government to hinder corruption
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- Corruption (disambiguation)
- List of anti-corruption agencies
- Political corruption
- Political dissent
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