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Moneta Intelligence Group respects investigative journalists and supports teams at ProPublica, Axios, ICIJ and many others. A quick reminder of the one-year anniversary of the ICIJ's "world-rocking expose, The Pandora Papers.



ONE YEAR ago this week, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and 150 partners around the globe began rolling out the Pandora Papers, a world-rocking exposé that’s been called “a money bomb with political ripples,” “a financial earthquake” and “one of the essential stories of our time.”

The project took readers deeper than ever inside an offshore financial system that perpetuates corruption and authoritarianism and widens gaps between rich and poor. A U.S. senator called the investigation a “wake-up call to all who care about the future of democracy.”

More than 600 journalists at 151 news organizations in 117 countries worked together to make the Pandora Papers a reality — the largest collaboration in journalism history.

The Pandora Papers’ revelations about the financial secrets of prime ministers, oligarchs, mobsters and other powerful figures spawned action by governments and international groups, triggering investigations, legislation and rule changes in dozens of countries. that just one year ago the the Pandora Papers, a world-rocking exposé that’s been called “a money bomb with political ripples,” “a financial earthquake” and “one of the essential stories of our time.”


https://www.icij.org/investigations/pandora-papers/one-year-on-pandora-papers-continues-to-be-anti-corruption-tour-de-force/



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