SPECIALISTS will reconvene in Vienna from June 17-28 to finish considering the United Nations' draft Convention against Corruption. The first session of the committee charged with the work agreed the treaty should be "flexible and balanced, taking into account the legal, social, cultural, economic and political differences of countries, (and) different levels of development," balancing preventive and law enforcement measures and boosting international cooperation.

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