Pakistan whistleblower law / Interpol official investigated / Indonesia bribery case

Khan promises ‘whistleblower’ law to fight official corruption.  Pakistani Prime Minister said a draft of the law will be presented in parliament in the very near future and will include protections for whistleblowers as well as a reward at 20% the value of the assets recovered.

Asia Times: http://www.atimes.com/article/khan-promises-whistleblower-law-to-fight-official-corruption/

 

Missing Interpol chief Meng Hongwei under investigation, China's anti-corruption watchdog says.  The National Supervisory Commission said Public Security Ministry Vice-Minister Meng Hongwei is currently under investigation by for suspected violations of law, in a first message on the case since Mr. Meng’s disappearance was reported in France.

Channel NewsAsia: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/malaysia-anti-graft-agency-macc-seized-rm2-5-billion-cash-10769334

 

KPK Nabs Six People, Including Tax Officials, for Alleged Bribery in Ambon.  The national antigraft agency announced that it has arrested six people, including a senior tax official and investigators, for alleged bribery in Ambon, Maluku while seizing also 6,600 USD in cash.

Fana Suparman/Jakarta Globe: https://jakartaglobe.id/news/kpk-nabs-six-people-including-tax-officials-for-alleged-bribery-in-ambon/

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