[ap-intact] INFO: Myanmar anti-corruption agency says no plans to examine gov't employee assets

According to a news story in The Irrawaddy, Myanmar's Anti-Corruption Commission has no plans to scrutinize the assets of government employees in order to guard against potential graft, the agency’s head said, in response to a question from outgoing lawmaker Tin Maung Oo during a Lower House session.

More from May Sitt Paing, in The Irrawaddy. http://www.irrawaddy.org/burma/anti-corruption-commission-says-no-plans-to-examine-assets-of-govt-employees.html

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