Indonesia anti-graft agency / India civil servants / China party culture
KPK receives widespread support in rift with parliamentarians. Indonesia's anti-graft agency, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), has received widespread support from the local and international community over what is believed to be another systematic ploy by politicians to weaken the graft buster's power in the country, following a rift between the KPK and lawmakers because of the agency's investigation of the multi-trillion rupiah electronic identity card (e-KTP) project.
Jakarta Globe: http://jakartaglobe.id/news/kpk-receives-widespread-support-lawmakers-attempt-weaken-authority/
Indian anti-corruption drive raises fears of unequal treatment. The Indian government is moving to strengthen accountability among senior civil servants, but observers warn that this drive may lead to miscarriages of justice if it isn’t accompanied by efforts to tackle corruption amongst elected politicians.
Abhimanyu Kumar/Global Government Forum: https://www.globalgovernmentforum.com/indian-anti-corruption-drive-raises-fears-of-unequal-treatment/
China's top graft buster blasts 'unhealthy' party culture. China's top graft-buster launched a scathing attack on the ruling Communist Party's members, writing that party political culture remained "unhealthy" and governance weak even after five years of renewed effort to fight the problem.