Sri Lanka audit bill / Malaysia corruption rankings / Indonesia judicial reform

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Sri Lanka cabinet approves national audit bill with amendments.  The enactment of the National Audi Bill is one of the key election promises made by the government during President Sirisena's 100-day program in 2015 to crackdown on corruption in state institutions and increase transparency.

Colombo Page: http://www.colombopage.com/archive_17B/Oct11_1507699246CH.php


MACC to release ministries' corruption rankings by December.  The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will rank the ministries every year and expand the participants to include all government departments and agencies in Malaysia.

The Malaysian Insight: http://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/18185/


Judicial reform in Indonesia called into question. At least 25 judges and court officials have been implicated in corruption cases over the past five years, showing that there has yet to be "significant" reform within the judiciary, an antigraft watchdog said.

Jakarta Globe: http://jakartaglobe.id/news/judicial-reform-called-into-question-with-25-judges-court-officials-implicated-in-graft/

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