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Bangladesh anti-graft official quits ahead of revamp

The last of three top officials at Bangladesh’s anti-graft commission resigned on Sunday, clearing the way for its reconstitution as part of a campaign by the army-backed interim government to clean up the administration. Muniruddin Ahmed, a commissioner at the Anti-Corruption Commission charged with fighting graft in governance, submitted his resignation to President Iajuddin Ahmed through a messenger, officials said. “The Anti-Corruption Commission will be reorganised soon to curb corruption in the country,” said an official at the ministry of law, judiciary and parliamentary affairs. Full Story

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