RTI law assessment / Cambodia laundering watchlist / China church corruption
Methodology for Assessing Right to Information Implementation in Pakistan (Resource). “…until recently, no established methodology for measuring how well RTI laws are being implemented was available, either in Pakistan or internationally. This Methodology seeks to fill that gap by providing a structured tool for assessing the quality of implementation of an RTI law”
Centre for Law and Democracy: https://www.law-democracy.org/live/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Methodology.19-02-18.pdf
Cambodia put on money-laundering watchlist in move that may curtail foreign investment. Cambodia inclusion on a “grey list” drawn up by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) could curtail international financial, investment and trade flows to and from the South-east Asian country.
Transfer of priests highlight corruption in China Church (Opinion). “Bishops given too much power to decide who goes where, meaning new postings can be a reward or punishment.”
Father John Lo/UCANews: https://www.ucanews.com/news/transfers-of-priests-highlight-corruption-in-china-church/84570