Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau

WHERE IS THE 24-PAGE REPORT ABOUT AMK TC'S CORRUPTION PROBE?

Damn. Still no 24-page spread in the Straits Times about the Ang Mo Kio Town Council corruption case. Was hoping to see colour graphs and details about the money, people and contracts involved. Corruption involving the PM's town council is apparently trivial news, as far as our mainstream media is concerned.

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NETIZEN LODGES CPIB REPORT AGAINST GOVT OVER AGO REPORT

A brave netizen has done what most of us have been secretly wanting to do, but did not find the courage to do so. He has lodged a report with the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) over the "highly suspicious activities" at the People's Association (PA), National Parks (NParks) so that CPIB can commence investigations into staff at both of the stat boards to hold them accountable for all irregularities disclosed by the Auditor General's Office Report 2015.

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CPIB: NUMBER OF CASES AND INVESTIGATIONS LOWEST IN 30 YEARS

The numbers of cases investigated and complaints received by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) has hit the lowest level since 30 years ago. According to the CPIB’s inaugural report of detailed corruption statistics released today, 736 complaints were lodged last year, with 136 cases being investigated.

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MDA assistant director charged with corruption and forgery

An assistant director with the Media Development Authority (MDA) was on Friday charged with multiple counts of corruption and forgery. Lai Wai Khuen, 37, is accused of obtaining loans totalling S$23,565 from 12 people on 27 occasions. He faces another count of attempting to obtain a loan of S$3,000 without success. Investigations by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) revealed that Lai allegedly obtained loans from grant applicants as an inducement or reward for facilitating the approval and disbursement of grants.

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