OECD's new toolkit / India law change / Malaysia independence

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INFO: OECD releases new anti-corruption toolkit.  The OECD has released a new toolkit that governments around the world can use to tackle corruption in the mining, oil and gas industries.

Winnie Agbonlahor, Global Government Forum: http://www.globalgovernmentforum.com/oecd-releases-new-anti-corruption-toolkit/

INFO: Chief economic advisor calls for change in India's corruption law.  India's chief economic adviser said the Prevention of Corruption Act should be amended so that investment bankers working in public sector enterprises, are being penalised should not be treated as criminals for a bad investment decision.

The Times of India: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Chief-economic-advisor-calls-for-change-in-corruption-law/articleshow/51961598.cms

INFO: Make chief of Malaysia's anti-graft agency a constitutional post for full independence, deputy says.  The appointment of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) chief commissioner should be provided for in the Federal Constitution to ensure the anti-graft body's full independence, a senior official said.

MalaysiaMail Online:  http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/make-macc-chief-a-constitutional-post-for-full-independence-deputy-says

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