Korea paparazzi / Citizen suits / Afghanistan safeguard

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South Korea Is Paying Paparazzi $180K to Expose Corrupt Officials.  In South Korea, a new law will pay wedding-crashing vigilante paparazzi a bounty of up to 200 million won ($181,691) to hunt down corrupt officials.

Ryan General/Next Shark: http://nextshark.com/south-korea-paparazzi-expose-corrupt-officials/

Why Not Citizen Suits for Corrupt Procurements? (op-ed)  "Beginning from the simple and indisputable premise that those harmed by corruption should be able to do something about it, Professor Abiola Makinwa of the Hague University of Applied Sciences develops a novel approach to attacking the ubiquitous problem of corruption in public procurement."

Rick Messick/Global Anticorruption Blog: https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2016/10/05/why-not-citizen-suits-for-corrupt-procurements/

TI says Afghanistan must refocus efforts to safeguard US$12 billion in new aid.  A new report from Transparency International shows that the pace of implementing anti-corruption reforms by the National Unity Government in Afghanistan must be speeded up to safeguard aid from the international community and help improve the lives of long-suffering Afghans.

Transparency International: http://www.transparency.org/news/pressrelease/afghanistan_must_refocus_efforts_to_fight_against_corruption_to_safeguard_u

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