Malaysia enhances anti-corruption campaign World

Malaysia enhances anti-corruption campaign

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on July 10 required that his Cabinet members declare their wealth and refuse gifts of more value than perishable food and flowers.
Lawmakers debate revisions to Anti-Corruption Law Politics

Lawmakers debate revisions to Anti-Corruption Law

Lawmakers gave different ideas on specific contents needed adjusting in the draft revised Anti-Corruption Law, especially the expansion of its coverage to the private sector, subjects to asset declaration and the reclamation of corrupted property at the November 21 sitting as part of the 14th National Assembly’s ongoing fourth session.
Malaysia steps up fight against corruption ASEAN

Malaysia steps up fight against corruption

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has asked for permission to access data sources on incomes and asset declaration of public servants, including cabinet members.
Government Inspectorate to ramp up efforts Politics

Government Inspectorate to ramp up efforts

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong held a working session with senior officials of the Government Inspectorate in Hanoi on March 16, urging them to increase their efficiency in dealing with violations.
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Assets of Thai former PM Yingluck to be investigated

Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission has decided to set up a committee to investigate the assets of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and several former ministers involved in a controversial rice-pledging scheme.