Philippines senators / Taiwan business ban / South Korea teachers

Senators divided on Duterte's Anti-Corruption Commission.  Executive Order (EO) No. 43 signed 5 October 2017 by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to create a Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission drew mixed reactions from the Senate.
Katherine Padilla/Philippine Canadian Inquirer: http://www.canadianinquirer.net/2017/10/06/senators-divided-on-dutertes-anti-corruption-commission/

Taiwanese lawmaker urges ban on firms tied to bribery Businesses convicted of bribery should be excluded from government tender procedures for up to three years as part of the government's efforts to amend the Government Procurement Act, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Lin Tai-hua said.
Chen Wei-han/Taipei Times: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2017/10/06/2003679820

A year on, anti-corruption law changes South Korea's graft-prone culture.  For many parents of school-going children in South Korea, the year-old anti-graft law has banished their annual worry about what expensive gift to buy for their children's teachers when Teachers' Day comes in May.
The Straits Times: http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/a-year-on-anti-corruption-law-changes-south-koreas-graft-prone-culture

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