Korea after-work culture / Cambodia complaints drop / Vietnam courts

Anti-graft law reshapes Koreans' after-work culture. South Korea's anti-corruption law, which seemingly has nothing to do with one's leisure activities, has changed the way many South Korean employees spend their evenings.

Choi Soo-hyang/Yonhap News Agency: http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news/2017/01/04/0200000000AEN20170104006300315.html

Cambodia anti-graft agency sees complaints drop.  The number of complaints received by the Anti-Corruption Unit almost halved between 2014 and 2016, the six-year-old institution has said in a statement, with its chairman attributing the drop in part to fewer people complaining about issues not under its purview.

Niem Chheng/The Phnom Penh Post: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/acu-sees-complaints-drop

Courts must stringently handle corruption cases, says Vietnam president.  Courts must work more closely with police investigations, the State procuracy and other relevant agencies in cases of corruption and violations of economic laws, President Trần Đại Quang said.

Viet Nam News: http://vietnamnews.vn/politics-laws/349638/courts-must-stringently-handle-corruption-cases-president.html#TrPzeE44kh1jesUU.97

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