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Signing of the UN Convention Against Corruption


Merida, Mexico
December 9, 2003

The United States, represented by Attorney General John Ashcroft, signed the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Merida, Mexico on December 9, 2003. The Convention represents a major advance in the international fight against corruption. (Department of State photos)

[Also see List of Signatories.] 

  The United States, represented by Attorney General John Ashcroft, signed the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Merida, Mexico on December 9, 2003. [Department of State photo]The United States, represented by Attorney General John Ashcroft, signed the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Merida, Mexico on December 9, 2003. [Department of State photo]


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