China graft network / Afghanistan sexual bribery / Thai public graft-buster

Exclusive: The Graft Network Around Disgraced Shaanxi Chief.  At least six businessmen have come onto investigators’ radar as they probe the corruption case of Zhao Zhengyong, former Communist Party chief of Northwest China’s resources-rich Shaanxi province. Relatives of Zhao including his wife, daughter and brother have also become targets of graft investigators, according to several sources.

Xiao Hui, Luo Guoping, Han Wei, Lin Jinbing and Timmy Shen/Caixin: https://www.caixinglobal.com/2019-05-24/exclusive-the-graft-network-around-disgraced-shaanxi-chief-101419266.html

 

Afghan officials call for probe into sexual favours scandal.  Afghan officials, including the nation's chief executive, have called for an investigation into allegations that high-level government members were offering jobs in exchange for sexual favours, although some do question the motives of the accusers.

 

Ali M Latifi/Al Jazeerahttps://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/05/afghan-officials-call-probe-sexual-favours-scandal-190528121137058.html

 

The graft-buster who never stops.  One truth about state agencies is there are so many abuses of power and acts of dishonesty that graft watchdogs generally can't keep up. This sentiment was echoed by the new secretary-general of the [Thai] Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) when he was asked to reflect on the PACC’s decade-long war on rogue behavior”

King-oua Laohong/Bangkok Post: https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1684340/the-graft-buster-who-never-stops

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