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Money has too big a voice in politics of advance economies: OECD report

As a result, people increasingly feel that democracy is not working in their favour

MR GURRIA: 'When policy is influenced by wealthy donors, the rules get bent in favour of the few and against the interests of the many.'

MR AMARI: Has resigned over claims that he and his aides accepted financial favours.


MONEY is having too much influence on politics in many of the world's economically-advanced nations, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has charged in a report which comes at a time when certain Asian countries are faced with similar issues.


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