Burmese Parliament Approves Judicial Corruption Committee

The situation in Burma is evolving at an incredible pace.   The Irrawaddy reported a few weeks back that 500 complaints have been received since a Judicial Committee was established in September 2012 and that the parliament has established a committee to investigate and expose bribery and corruption in the judiciary. The article is, however, a little unclear about when the committee would be formed and who exactly would sit on it.  One to follow.

Article here: Judicial Corruption Inquiry Approved by Parliament.


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