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How Open Government can cut corruption (commentary).  "[Citizen Participatory Audit] bears witness to the truth of public service: government and civil society are stronger and wiser when they work together.

Michael G. Aguinaldo, Chairman of the Commission on Audit, Philippines/GovInsider: https://govinsider.asia/smart-gov/open-government-citizen-participatory-audit-philippines/


Korea's anti-corruption agency seeks again to revise anti-graft law.The country's anti-corruption watchdog said Wednesday that it will try again next week to revise an anti-graft regulation to change price ceilings on the value of gifts, free meals and condolence or congratulatory money that public servants and others can receive. 

Kim Da-sol/The Korea Herald: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20171206000773


Analysis of Afghanistan 2018 national budget.  Integrity Watch Aghanistan has launched its analysis of the Afghan government's 2018 budget.

Integrity Watch Afghanistan: https://iwaweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/IWA__National-Budget__English_6.pdf

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