Indonesia House of Representatives / Bangladesh financial market / Malaysia firearms allowed
Parliament commission says establishment of Anti-Corruption Special Detachment not meant to dissolve KPK. Indonesia's House of Representatives says its plan to establish a Special Detachment of Anti-Corruption in the police agency intends to strengthen the handling of corruption in various parts of Indonesia and has nothing to do with efforts of the House of Representatives' inquiry right against the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
Netral News: http://www.en.netralnews.com/news/currentnews/read/8556/house.commission.iii.establishment.of.anti.corruption.special.detachment.not.to.dissolve.kpk
Impact of corruption in the financial market of Bangladesh. The legacy of corruption and malpractice in the banking sector of Bangladesh can be traced back to the pre-liberation era.
Helal Uddin Ahmed/The Financial Express: http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2017/07/22/77702/Impact-of-corruption-in-the-financial-market-of-Bangladesh
Malaysian anti-graft officers can use firearms while on duty. Enforcement officers from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the Royal Malaysian Customs Department can use firearms while carrying out their duties following the launch of the Use Of Firearms Guidelines (While On Duty) 2017.