Malaysia cash handouts / Thai land deeds / Pakistan corruption challenges

Cash handouts for Malaysia's needy must be stopped, has elements of corruption: Minister Azmin Ali.  “Cash handouts for Malaysia's lower-income groups should be stopped because there are elements of corruption in it, Minister for Economic Affairs Mohamed Azmin Ali said.”

The Straits Times:


Land bought under false deeds returned.  Thailand’s Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) secretary-general Lt-Colonel Korntip Daroj said the owner of the two plots of land was willing to return the land to the state however, officials involved in the case now disciplined and dismissed from the civil service could not be punished because the alleged illegal transaction had taken place more than 30 years ago and statute of limitations had expired.

The Nation:


Curbing corruption, retrieving country's wealth biggest challenges: PM.  Prime Minister Imran Khan said that curbing corruption and retrieving wealth of the country, amassed through illegal means and laundered abroad, were among the biggest challenges for the government.

Geo Television Network:

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