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MACC chief asked to serve as board member of IACA in Austria

PUTRAJAYA: Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohammed said he was not pressured to leave the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and had in fact made three requests to have his contract terminated prematurely. The outgoing chief commissioner said he has ... TheStar.com.my, 1 day ago
MACC lauds Abu Kassim's appointment to IACA TheStar.com.my, 1 day ago
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AFP - Austria-vote-farright-Europe FOCUS-update

NAMPA / XINHUA S. African president appeals ruling over reinstatement of corruption charges against him NAMPA / XINHUA Myanmar parliament withdraws state protection law NAMPA / PTI SINOINDIA-BUSINESS - Chinese investments in India increased by ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

Premier Grojsman appoints corruption-mired official deputy environment minister

Viktor Kantsurak, who figured in the corruption scandal in 2011 regarding the purchase of satellite imagery from an Austrian firm at staggering price, was appointed Apr. 20 deputy to Environment Minister Ostap Semerak by Premier Grojsman. In ...
 ZIK1 month ago
Malay Mail

Abu Kassim: No pressure to quit

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohammad said he was not pressured by anyone to end his tenure earlier than scheduled. The head at the anti-graft agency has requested to end his contract before ...
 Malaysian Reserve1 day ago Abu Kassim to step down as MACC chief two years before his term expires  The Sun Daily2 days ago Abu Kassim: A well-respected graft-buster  Malay Mail2 days ago Abu Kassim says no pressure to step down as MACC chief (VIDEO)  Yahoo! Singapore2 days ago
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EU anti-corruption body to investigate PM Orbán's 'absurd' vintage train line

The European Union's anti-corruption body OLAF is set to investigate a vintage railway opened between Hungarian Pirme Minister Viktor Orbán's two childhood villages, who is facing accusations of fraudulently using 2 million euros (about 600 million ...
 TeleTrader.com5 days ago BRIEFING : LONDON ANTI-CORRUPTION SUMMIT,12 MAY 2016  FinanceDigest.com1 week ago Ukrainian, Polish anti-corruption bureaus agree cooperation  Interfax-Ukraine1 month ago
Sputnik

Can the EU Survive Populism?

The 2016 Austrian presidential election was emblematic of a rising trend in European politics: voters rejected mainstream parties in favor of outsider candidates, resulting in the first Green head of state in Europe and a nearly equal vote share for ...
 Carnegie Europe1 week ago Decision on Austria Presidential Election Re-run May Be Postponed  Sputnik1 week ago Austria launches probe into alleged postal vote irregularities  EuroNews4 weeks ago Five Austrian voting districts suspected of election law violations  Europe Online Magazine1 month ago
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Hungary beat 10-man Austria 2-0

Hungary handed 10-man Austria a shock 2-0 defeat in their UEFA Euro Group F opener in Bordeaux on Tuesday evening. Second half goals from Adam Szalai and substitute Zoltan Stieber handed the Hungarians three points as 10th-ranked Austria were ...
 Nagaland Post1 week ago

Italy's insurgents: Mainstream parties rocked by EU-wide trend (part 2)

Now it's Italy's turn. After the mainstream parties collapsed in Austria's presidential vote, Rome is on track to pick an attorney from the Eurosceptic insurgent Five Star Movement as its first female mayor. Virginia Raggi has made stopping the rot ...
 France242 weeks ago Italy's Insurgents: Five Star Movement poised to take Rome city hall (part 1)  France242 weeks ago
Times of Oman

Austria's Presidential Election and the Race for the White House

Anna-Sophia Haub is an Interdepartmental Program Assistant at the . Just .6 percent was needed to defeat the far right candidate for the Austrian presidency. That was the difference of 31,000 votes in favor of Alexander Van der Bellen, an ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 week ago Austria's Close Call  Foreign Affairs1 week ago The rise of national socialism: Austria's revolution is not over  Washington Post1 month ago Austria's likely new leader shows that moderates must fight back  Stars and Stripes1 month ago
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The Hindu

Spotlight back on pitch for an expanded tournament

Four-week feast promises to elevate the game above the corruption scandals and security fears. Bigger than ever, the European Championship kicks off in Paris on Friday with a four-week feast of football that promises to elevate the game above the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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