Bangladesh ruling party / Thailand complaint calls / Malaysia police probe

‘ACC probing graft allegations against 10-15 ruling party men’.  Bangladesh’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been dealing with corruption allegations against about a dozen of the ruling party men, the commission’s Chairman Iqbal Mahmood said, although he did not disclose what level of the ruling party they belong to.

The Daily Star:


Thailand’s anti-corruption hotline receives over 5,000 complaints in past two years.  912 complaints were lodged against state officials for misconduct and corrupt practices and forwarded to the National Anti-Corruption Commission for further investigation, of which 842 cases were resolved. The other 4,161 complaints were more about people’s well-being and hardship.

National News Bureau of Thailand/Thailand Business News:


IGP welcomes MACC action against corrupt cops.The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's action against corrupt cops is welcomed, says the Inspector General of Police, indicating that the action was being taken in phases against any personnel guilty of misconduct by the Integrity and Compliance of Standards Department (JIPS).

The Star:

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