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‘No’ to a new anti corruption body! II Inside Stuff

By Guardian Exclusive
19 September 2020   |   11:03 am
The Federal Government has approved the establishment of a new anti-corruption agency that will have the responsibility of properly managing and coordinating all assets seized domestically or returned from abroad, following anti-corruption probes.

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