PPP anti-corruption opportunity / Malaysia asset declarations / Chinese police investigated

Public/private partnerships – an opportunity or risk for anti-corruption? (Blog).  “Part of the value of the partnership approach is that law enforcement and private sector compliance analysts can work together, to understand and evaluate financial crime threats and their footprint in the financial system.”

Nick J Maxwell/Public Administration Review: https://www.publicadministrationreview.com/2018/10/23/689/

 

Come clean and be transparent, watchdogs tell PH reps.  Transparency International-Malaysia President Datuk Akhbar Satar said that there is no acceptable reason for anyone in the government not to declare their assets to the government, so that the information can be made public by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commis­sion (MACC).

The Star: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/11/02/come-clean-and-be-transparent-watchdogs-tell-ph-reps/

 

Chinese police chief kills himself after two former colleagues come under corruption cloud.  A top public security official in China’s resource-rich region of Inner Mongolia killed himself, just days after two of his former colleagues were taken away for investigation by anti-corruption officials.

William Zheng/South China Morning Post: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/politics/article/2171435/chinese-police-chief-kills-himself-after-two-former-colleagues

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