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Tag: Corruption

9 cops nabbed for visiting entertainment centres

They face disciplinary action for going against orders not to visit such outlets.

We’ve identified corrupt cops in smuggling at border, says IGP

He says those involved will face disciplinary action if found guilty.

Ex-Sabah CM Musa freed of 5 corruption charges

The judge dismisses the prosecution's application for a discharge not amounting to an acquittal.

Ex-FIC boss denies fixing Isa over hotel purchase

Mohd Zaid Abdul Jalil denies MACC officers had coached him to reveal more information.

Suspended jail term upheld for S. Korean retail giant chief

Lotte Group chairman was jailed for role in corruption scandal that toppled country’s leader.

Isa said Najib wanted review of decision not to buy hotel,...

Former Felda Investment Corporation CEO says its board chaired by Isa Samad had decided against buying Kuching hotel on three occasions.

MACC gets 20 graft complaints involving judiciary in over 2 months

MACC chief Latheefa Koya says the reports it received involved lower court judges.

PSG president keeps silent at athletics corruption hearing

Nasser Al-Khelaifi exercises his right to silence.

S. Korea minister quits over privileges afforded to his family

Resignation comes amidst investigations, public protests.

Top cop caught in Philippines drugs scandal resigns

Oscar Albayalde is less than a month away from retirement.

Ku Nan told to enter defence for getting RM2 million from...

The trial judge says the prosecution has credible evidence to prove the charge.

2020 Budget praised for being like election budget, says Guan Eng

The finance minister says the government 'hopes to be able to do this every year even though the election is far off'.

How to make SPV 2030 attainable

Putrajaya needs to focus on corruption and socio-economic disparities in the next decade.

Ex-Japanese minister received ‘donations’ from scandal-tainted firm

Revelations a further blow to Japan’s nuclear industry struggling since the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

Felda board gave tacit approval for FIC’s RM160 million hotel purchase,...

Hanapi Suhada says none of the board members objected to the purchase which exceeded the RM100 million mandate.

Rot started with Dr M, not 60 years ago, says ex-MP

Tawfik Ismail hails Tunku, Razak and Hussein as leaders of integrity.

Ex-companies commission boss and son slapped with more charges

The fresh charges are on top of the 37 charges on the mother and son last week.

China’s corrupt meritocracy

It is communist yet capitalist, it practises meritocracy yet it is also corrupt. We need to grasp these contradictions to understand China.

Opposition parties beat ‘war wing’ in Kosovo elections

Fed up with widespread corruption and poverty, voters deliver a heavy rebuke to current government.

Use political influence to benefit rakyat, not oneself, says Anwar

He gives the example of operators of a six-star hotel coming up in PD who have been asked to train youths, and a large Japanese firm asked to adopt a secondary school.

Platini free to return to football but Qatar investigation goes on

The former France international’s 4-year ban ends next week.

Iraq forces open fire on dozens of protesters in Baghdad

Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi says turmoil can lead to ‘destruction of entire state’.

Companies commission ex-boss slapped with 33 charges involving RM5.7 mil

Zahrah Abd Wahab Fenner and her son plead not guilty to charges of corruption and abetment.

Conservatives win Austria election as far-right tumbles

Sebastian Kurz was left speechless by the scale of the Conservatives’ victory.