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Watchdogs? An interview with Andrew Feinstein

Written by Alice McCool on Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Andrew Feinstein talks about the TI-UK Defence and Security Programme’s new report, ‘Watchdogs?’, and what legislators and civil society can do to address oversight of the defence sector.

 


Andrew Feinstein was the ANC’s spokesperson for the National Assembly’s Public Accounts Committee until he spoke out about corruption in South Africa’s $10bn arms deal.

In this interview, he talks about the TI-UK Defence and Security Programme’s new report, ‘Watchdogs?’, and what legislators and civil society can do to address oversight of the defence sector.

The full report ‘Watchdogs? Legislative Oversight of Defence’ is accessible here.

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Alice McCool

Alice formerly worked for Transparency International UK as our Campaigns Officer. You can tweet her via @McCoolingtons.

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