Indonesian politician database / Why corporate governance / Thailand imposters extort

Battling Corruption in Indonesia’s Elections (Opinion).  “Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) developed rekamjejak.net, the country’s first comprehensive database of parliamentary candidates. In addition to providing basic information on candidates, like their estimated wealth and business links, rekamjejak.net helps voters learn whether or not incumbents have had corruption charges levied against them during their time in parliament.”

Donal Fariz/The Diplomat: https://thediplomat.com/2019/05/battling-corruption-in-indonesias-elections/

 

Why it makes good business sense to focus on environmental, social and corporate governance practices (Opinion/Video).  “More corporations realise that [Environment, Social and Corporate Governance] policies that take care of the environment, their staff and the public matter – not just by demonstrating corporate integrity but also as sound fiscal acuity.

Andrew Sun/South China Morning Post: https://www.scmp.com/native/business/markets/topics/investing/article/3007574/why-it-makes-good-business-sense-focus

 

Imposter busted over fees to end graft probes.  The Thai police have arrested a couple who posed as National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) officers to cheat officials who are currently being probed by the anti-graft agency out of more than two million baht.

Wassayos Ngamkham/The Bangkok Post: https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/crime/1678400/impostors-busted-over-fees-to-end-graft-probes

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