Thai driving license / Chinese suspect's family / Anti-corruption development model

Driving licence uproar unmasks character flaws (Opinion).  “The public’s concern that police could demand bribes from drivers who cannot produce a licence stems from the common perception that cops are corrupt and opportunistic.”

The Nation: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/opinion/30353017

 

China pressures family of Australian-based corruption suspect to ensure his return.  China's corruption watchdog has admitted to placing pressure on the family of Lai Mingming the former bank official, a suspect living in Australia to get him to return to China.

Kristy Needham/The Sydney Morning Herald: https://www.smh.com.au/world/asia/china-pressures-family-of-australian-based-corruption-suspect-to-ensure-his-return-20180824-p4zznf.html

 

A model for corruption free development in Pakistan (Blog).  “I believe that community engagement in every step of the flow of works on development projects can be a way to eliminate many discrepancies.”

Yarjan Abdul Samad/Daily Times: https://dailytimes.com.pk/287947/a-model-for-corruption-free-development-in-pakistan/

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