China anti-corruption unit / Missing the forest / Sri Lanka parliamentarians

China aiming to set up unit next year to fight corruption.  China aims to pass a national supervision law and set up a new commission next year to oversee an expansion of President Xi Jinping's campaign to fight corruption in the ruling Communist Party and government.

Reuters/The Japan News: http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0004035462


Missing the forest (commentary).  "Compared to gargantuan sums involved in money laundering and illicit flows, domestic corruption deals with petty amounts."

Narayan Manandhar/myRepublica: http://www.myrepublica.com/news/29883/?categoryId=81


Sri Lankan parliamentarians urged to disclose sources of campaign funding Transparency International Sri Lanka is urging lawmakers to disclose sources of campaign funding as a minimum requirement, when drafting provisions to limit spending.

Colombo Gazzette: http://colombogazette.com/2017/10/30/parliamentarians-urged-to-disclose-sources-of-campaign-funding/

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