Squeaky-clean Singapore to replace head of anti-corruption unit

Reuters UK, 6 Aug 2013
Squeaky-clean Singapore is to replace the head of its anti-corruption agency after a review panel found supervisory lapses that allowed a senior officer to allegedly siphon off some S$1.7 million (872.79 thousand pounds) in public funds over six years.
Eric Tan, who has led the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) since 2010, has been issued with a formal letter of warning for the lapses and has accepted responsibility, a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said. Full story

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