Myanmar age limit / Malaysia university survey / Indonesia corruption survey

Myanmar Parliament pushes up age limit for Anti-Corruption Commission members.  The age limit for Anti-Corruption Commission members has been increased from 70 years to 75 years to put focus on experience and ability.

Survey finds one in every three Malaysian students thinks corruption is okay.  A survey on Students’ Perception of Corruption carried out by the Integrity Institute of Malaysia (IIM) reveals that one in every three local university students thinks that receiving a present in the form of money, goods or service in return for services rendered is not corruption.

Public Trustin KPK Remains High, Pollster Says.  Eighty-six (86%) percent of respondents of the Anti-Corruption National Survey 2017 conducted April-May 2017 by the Pollster Polling Center and Indonesia Corruption Watch consider President Joko Widodo and the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) as the most trustworthy institutions in the country.

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