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International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong of South Korea, under investigation for bribery and embezzlement charges, resigned yesterday from the National Assembly and the presidency of the World Taekwondo Federation.
By WONG CHUN WAI
All district police stations have been directed to set up specially trained units to handle cases involving sex crimes and domestic violence to minimise the trauma faced by the victims.
The move to give all policemen the power to issue traffic summonses has drawn flak, with critics saying it can be abused.
S.B.Toh was in sun-kissed Queensland, taking in the attractions, hitching a ride with the two winners of the I>StarWeekend/I>-MY Australian Challenge Contest, IT consultant Irene Kuee and HR exec Neela Chandran.
Prosecutors said yesterday they planned to arrest a former sports official accused of bribing International Olympic Committee vice president Kim Un-yong.
A former district education officer from Kelantan was charged in the Sessions Court yesterday here with receiving bribes totalling RM25,920 from a resort in Besut three years ago.
The lack of political will to eradicate corruption remains a major stumbling block to development in the region, delegates at the Fourth Regional Anti-Corruption Conference for Asian and Pacific Countries concluded.
Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has chided the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) for taking 'so long' to interview him over allegations that 6,000 taxi permits were issued to an individual through 19 companies, saying that the documents involved were seized some three months ago.
The Government has agreed that Malaysia become a signatory to the United Nations Anti-Corruption Convention, thereby committing itself to fighting the scourge not only by way of domestic legislation but also international co-operation.