Hong Kong reflections / Timor-Leste voters hope / Indonesia corruption war
Former HK graft-buster reflects on old days, relishes new passion. "Shoring up public confidence was one of the biggest challenges in Tony Kwok Man-wai’s 27-year career at [Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption] afterhe was promoted to deputy commissioner [in 1997] to lead the Operations Department, the first ethnic Chinese to head the ICAC’s law enforcement arm."
Walter Ng/EJINSight: http://www.ejinsight.com/20170718-former-graft-buster-reflects-on-old-days-relishes-new-passion/
Timor-Leste election: Voters hope for action on corruption, economy. While Timor-Leste's president has praised the peace and stability surrounding the parliamentary election, voters say it is time for the government to tackle corruption and daily needs in a country facing an uncertain economic future.
How this agency is waging war against corruption in Indonesia, and winning. Despite what some see as inadequate funding and a sometimes bumpy relationship with the police, the Corruption Eradication Commission is having an effect on the nation’s longstanding culture of fraud, bribery and graft
Jeffrey Hutton/South China Morning Post: http://www.scmp.com/week-asia/politics/article/2103395/how-agency-waging-war-against-corruption-indonesia-and-winning