Chinese 'one million' / India fall guy / Malaysia funding cut

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'One million' Chinese officials punished for corruption.  The statistics were released as top officials in the Chinese Communist Party begin a closed-door plenum in Beijing.

BBC: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-37748241

India law amendment might make junior staff fall guy for corruption (commentary).  "Corruption can be minimised when both supply- and demand-sides are symmetrically criminalised which the Bill does not do, in its present form."

Mallika Mahajan/The Financial Express: http://www.financialexpress.com/fe-columnist/prevention-of-corruption-bill-new-bill-will-allow-companies-to-make-junior-staff-the-fall-guy-perpetrators-to-go-scot-free/427604/

Cut in Malaysia anti-graft agency's funding creates bad impression.  The cut in the allocation for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in Budget 2017 may create the perception that the government isn’t serious about fighting corruption, says a political analyst.

Sheith Khidhir Bin Abu Bakar/FMT News: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/10/24/cut-in-macc-funding-creates-bad-impression/

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