OECD integrity shift / Malaysia no kickbacks / India reporter killed

Focusing efforts and blurring lines: the OECD’s shift from ethics to integrity (Blog).  The OECD’s shift to integrity is symptomatic of a wider change in the anti-corruption community, which – after years of promoting control and sanction – is growing weary of assertions that these approaches have failed.”

Sofia Wickberg/Public Administration Review: https://www.publicadministrationreview.com/2018/10/23/662/

 

Development projects in PD which have corruption or kickbacks will be cancelled says Anwar.  Port Dickson MP Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has warned that he will cancel any projects in the constituency found to have elements of corruption or kickbacks by developers; he also set three conditions for companies looking to develop hotels in PD: cleaning up the beach, creating local jobs, and providing employees accommodation. 

The Star:https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/10/31/development-projects-in-pd-which-have-corruption-or-kickbacks-will-be-cancelled-says-anwar/

 

Local reporter covering corruption is abducted and beaten to death in Jharkhand, India.  The police said they believe that Tiwari was targeted for exposing the alleged financial irregularities of Singh, who is a private contractor involved in government-funded scheme to support rural employment.

Committee to Protect Journalists: https://cpj.org/2018/11/local-reporter-covering-corruption-is-abducted-and.php

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