From: Transparency International - Daily Corruption News - 21 Nov 2016

21 November 2016

Today's top story
Malaysia: Bersih 5 protest: Fresh clampdown on Malaysian activists won't work, say critics
CNBC
Malaysia's government is attempting to quash political activism through new security laws and fresh arrests. But its critics say the extreme measures only reveal the extent of Prime Minister Najib Razak's authoritarian regime.


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