Vietnam whistleblower protection / Samsung involvement / Afghanistan-China sharing

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Vietnam's whistleblowers must be protected and awarded.  Nguyen Van Kim, Acting Director of the Justice Department under Vietnam's Government Inspectorate says proposed changes in the current Law on Complaints and Denunciation will include strong actions to protect the whistleblowers, particularly their personal information, including their place of residence and of work and their personal dignity, as well as their family members.

Vietnam Net: http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/society/171312/whistleblowers-must-be-protected-and-awarded.html

How is Samsung involved in South Korea’s corruption scandal?  The mobile giant’s vice chairman, Jay Y Lee, has been accused of bribing South Korean President Park Geun-Hye’s close friend to secure a merger between two of the company's affiliates.

TRT World: http://www.trtworld.com/asia/how-is-samsung-involved-in-south-koreas-corruption-scandal-277111

Afghan anti-corruption body chief looks to China for valuable lessons in fighting corruption.  The director general of the High Office of Anti-Corruption, the Afghan government's counter-corruption body, has hailed China's war on corruption and is looking forward to China's sharing of valuable experience in fighting corruption in Afghanistan.

English China News: http://www.ecns.cn/2017/01-17/242032.shtml

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