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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Corruption: opinions, positions and efforts in comabating KKN 2010

KAK officials should be paid well, DN, 23 April 2010

The Anti-corruption Commission (KAK) Commissioner, Aderito de Jesus Soares has called on the Parliament to define salary law for the KAK’s staffs in order to prevent bribery from businessmen.

PDHJ will hand over ten corruption cases to Public Prosecution, DN, 23 April 2010

The Timorese Human Right and Justice Ombudsmen (PDHJ) Sebastião Dias Ximenes, has said that his department will hand over ten cases of corruption, collusion and nepotism (KKN) to Public Prosecution to be processes legally.

PM Gusmão calls on KAK not to investigate free money “Uang rokok” DN, 23.04.10

Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão has called on the anti-corruption commission (KAK) not to investigate money for cigarettes or Uang rokok because the amount of such money is small but the KAK should focus on the Government’s National Development Plan as it is believed that corruption will appear in the implementation of the plan.

MP Texeira: TL should have cooperation agreement with other countries, RTTL, 23.04.010

MP José Fernandes Texeira from Fretilin has said that an effective way of fighting against corruption is to have cooperation with other countries such as Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Portugal in order to extradite corruptors or to have access to corruptors’ bank accounts and assets in these countries.

Ana Pesoa-Soares:“Judicial system should be strengthened before combating corruption”, TLMDC, 23.04.10

The Timorese Prosecutor General Ana Pesoa Pinto and the anti-corruption Commissioner Aderito de Jesus Soares, have said that the most important thing was the country’s judicial system should be strengthened before combating corruption.

It is possible to combat corruption in Timor-Leste: Eva Sundari, DN, 22 April 2010

Indonesian Parliamentary for Finance and Banking Member, Eva K. Sundari, has said that there is a possibility to combat corruption in Timor-Leste, although Timor-Leste is a young country.

Parliament will mobilize civilians to combat corruption, TNewsline , 22.04.2010

Acting Parliamentary Speaker, Vicente Guterres, has said that that Parliament will mobilize civilians to combat corruption appeared at all governmental levels. Guterres made the comment yesterday in his speech marking at the opening ceremony of international seminar with title “Impact of Corruption on National Development” held at the Foreign Ministry hall.

Parliamentary Committee C to hold international seminar, DN, 21.04. 2010

The Timorese Parliamentary Committee C for Finance and anti-corruption President Manuel Tilman has confirmed that they will hold international seminar today to discus about corruption prevention in the country.

Corruption will bring disaster for national development, DN, 20.04.10

Deputy Prime Minister for Management and Public Administration, Mario Viegas Carrascalão, has said that corruption case it the most issues that was concerned by all people, because it will affect negatively to the national development process in the country.

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