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National Anti-Corruption Commission Finds Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan Innocent in Luxury Watch Scandal

An Investigation by the  National Anti-Corruption Commission has found Thailand’s deputy prime minister innocent of failing to declare assets a year after he was discovered to have several luxury watches that would have been out of reach of his government salary.  Keep reading ...

Myanmar's Anti-Corruption Fight Gathers Steam

Myanmar’s anti-corruption commission has in recent weeks sued a senior bureaucrat and begun investigating a disgraced minister, indicating a crackdown on corruption promised by the government is finally happening. Often criticized as weak and unambitious, the commission’s stepped-up efforts suggest the Southeast Asian country is ...

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